Chelsea lacked stability, says Jose as The Special One plans England return

15 November 2009 06:51
Jose Mourinho has insisted that he sees his future in English football.[LNB]The former Chelsea manager is doing well with Inter Milan. He led the Nerazzurri to the Serie A title last season and they currently have a five-point lead at the top of the table this time around.[LNB]Take me back: Jose Mourinho wants to return to the Premier League when he leaves Inter Milan[LNB]However, after five titles in seven seasons in three countries the Portuguese admitted: 'I want to build something.[LNB]'Clearly it is unrealistic to expect to stay at a club as long as Sir Alex Ferguson [the Manchester United manager] - but I am ready for the next phase of my career. I want to work with a different perspective.[LNB]'At Porto my objective was to win to earn the right to go abroad. At Chelsea my ambition was to create a bit of history.[LNB]'But I always knew Chelsea lacked the normal English culture of stability.[LNB]'I was never under any illusions. I understood the personality of (owner) Roman Abramovich and the culture of the people around him. I knew it was not a job for 10 years.'[LNB]The 46-year-old, who left Chelsea in September 2007, added in The Times: 'I love Inter and would love to build for the future here.[LNB]'In fact, I am doing it now, because I am not a selfish coach and I'm thinking about the future in terms of youth development and the age structure of my first team.[LNB]'But Italy is not the country for this. England is the country - and my football is English football.'[LNB] [LNB]  Explore more:People:Jose Mourinho, Roman Abramovich, Alex FergusonPlaces:United Kingdom

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