Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp anticipating Jose Mourinho's return to England

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Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp anticipating Jose Mourinho's return to
Tottenham Hotspur manager Harry Redknapp has revealed that he is looking forward to Jose Mourinho's impending return to English soil. The Portuguese has already stated that he would like to manage a Premier League side once the current La Liga season comes
to an end.
Mourinho was a well respected manager during his time with Porto, but it was with Premier League giants where he truly earned his moniker of 'the special one'. Mourinho spent four successful years at Stamford Bridge, eventually leaving the club back
in 2007.
The Portuguese went on to make history with Italian giants Inter Milan by leading them to a phenomenal treble. Mourinho is currently the coach of Real Madrid, but it seems that he is not enjoying his time with the Galacticos quite as much as he thought he
The Special One is reportedly unhappy with the Real management for meddling in team affairs, something which Mourinho is famously intolerant of. In fact, Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich's tendency to pick his own transfer targets was one of the primary reasons
why Mouirnho left Stamford Bridge.
The Portuguese has claimed that he would like to manage a Premier League side once again after the ongoing 2010-11 season comes to end, regardless of whether or not he can lead Real Madrid to silverware.
Many pundits are eagerly anticipating that day, and so is Tottenham manager Harry Redknapp.
Redknapp said, "It's a pretty safe bet that Jose Mourinho will come back to manage in England one day. English football has been the poorer for him having left Chelsea four years ago and we should welcome him back when he comes."
The Spurs boss added, "I could maybe see him going to United when Alex Ferguson eventually decides to call it a day - but there are not many clubs that could accommodate him"
Jose Mourinho has the phenomenal record of never having lost a home game during his entire managerial career. The Portuguese has not seen his side lose on home turf in 150 matches. With a track record like that, it seems unlikely that any club will turn
the Portuguese away should he come knocking at the door.



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