Mourinho takes over at Spurs despite vowing he would NEVER manage them because he "loves Chelsea fans too much" "I wear the pyjamas of the club and sleep in them". You never lose your DNA, you never lose your identity, but I have time to think about many things.
"I'm not going to make the same mistakes".
"I am humble. I am humble enough to analyse my career, and the problems".
"The principle of the analysis was not to blame anyone else. I am so happy with what I have", he said. You are what you are - for the good things and the bad things.
"I'm very happy in my professional life. [On a scale of one to 10], 10", he said.
"I'm nobody to advise people but to have a break was very positive for me". It upsets me. When something not good happens to him I can not ignore this.
"I had a feeling I was going to get a club mid-season", he said.
Although they did not win a trophy in this time, Pochettino and his staff were highly regarded among the club's supporters, who have shown an outpouring of emotion on social media during the events of the past two days.
On how Tottenham will play under their new manager, he said: "Very similar to [Pochettino]". The stadium is part of the vision, the training ground is part of the vision, keeping the best players is part of the vision.
Despite Spurs' poor run of form this season, there's no doubt that Jose has been handed over a brilliant squad and the Portuguese could still do without even signing a new player in January. I had just got fourth in the league, got Champions League [qualification].
Pochettino can consider himself more than a little unlucky, after all he led Tottenham to their first ever Champions League final in dramatic style at the end of last season. "We can - I'm not saying we will do - we can win it next season".
"First of all I do it with a bit of sadness, I have to speak about Mauricio".
"I can say that because it was the first summer I didn't work, it wasn't easy".
Now he's joined Spurs, which always seemed like a more realistic destination for the "special one" if he returned to club management in England. The door is always open for him.
"He will find happiness soon".
I didn't want to go back over this Silva ground yet again but the difference in approach from the two clubs boards' is instructive and seems to underline the indecision of the Everton hierarchy. "He will have a great future".
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