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.

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.

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However, after five titles in seven seasons in three countries the Portuguese admitted: 'I want to build something.

'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.

'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.

'But I always knew Chelsea lacked the normal English culture of stability.

'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.'

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.

'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.

'But Italy is not the country for this. England is the country - and my football is English football.'

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