Mourinho: I’d stay at Chelsea for 10 years, but it’s a long time in football


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Yahoo ambassador and current Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho took 45 minutes out of his busy schedule on Friday evening to answer questions posed to him by fans via Twitter using the hashtag #AskJose

We have compiled some of the highlights of the latest 'Twinterview' to hit the social media site, including some fascinating insight into whether 'The Special One' sees himself at Stamford Bridge in 2024 and why he is reluctant to give pitch time to his youngsters. Here are some of the best bits, courtesy of the Yahoo Sports Twitter account - @YahooSports


Q: Have you ever regretted not signing a player?

Q: Italy, Spain, England or Portugal - which country was the nicest to live in, whilst you were a manager there?

Q: Jose, how long before we see some of the successful youth team break their way into the first team?

Q: What is the one piece of advice you would give to a young coach aspiring to work in professional football?

Q: Funniest player in the Chelsea squad?

Q: If you could sign any player past or present / dead or alive, who would it be?

Q: Do you see a managerial future for Didier Drogba?

Q: What did you learn in your leadership from being manager in 4 different countries?

Q: To what extent is that the manager's job to anticipate turns of momentum during PL games? What options does he has at disposal?

Q: Who are the best fans in Europe?

Q: Jose, what was it like to work with Sir Bobby Robson?

Q: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

Q: Do you want to go for a pint sometime?

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