Hello my dear Blues fans! We all know Jose is working for Yahoo as a commentator for World Cup, and he answered some questions of brazilian fans in Yahoo! Brasil twitter accont @YahooBr
It was a very nice "interview" and, as I think not many of you speak portuguese, I'm translating his answers for you. Thanks WAGNH for the great work, hope you can apreaciate this too :3
Fan: What do you need to stop and say: "I won everything, there's nothing left."
JM: I won everything, but I want to win all over again.
Fan: Would you be a manager for a brazilian team?
JM: In football, you can never say never
Fan: What are the weak points of brazilian national team, and how would you explore if you face them in a match?
JM; I don't play against Brazil
Fan: Do you follow south american football? What do you think about it?
JM: I follow new talents. Every european manager should do it.
Fan: What do you think of Mexico's national team?
JM: A good team, they're getting better as more players go to Europe
Fan: Can we rely on your support (on Brazil) ?
JM: Yes, because I have 4 players there
Fan: Any game of your childhood you still remind today?
JM: I saw my father playing many times and I have great memories
Fan: Hi Jose, when will you coach Internazionale again?
JM: Hello, I don't know, but I would love to
Fan: Is true that european players have more tactical knowledge than brazilians?
JM: We can always learn tactics. The most important is technique.
Fan: What was the best team you ever managed in your career?
JM: I have won 21 trophies, all of them with fantastic groups of players and people.
Fan: How to motivate a team to face Bayern?
JM: I have faced Bayern 4 times. I won with Chelsea and Inter, then lose in penalties with Real and Chelsea. A Drawn
Fan: Do you think 4-2-3-1 will dominate the World Cup again?
JM: It's rare playing with 2 strikers today. Systems with 1 striker should always overcome systems with 2.
Fan: What's the most equilibrated team in World Cup?
JM: World squads depends much more on talent than on tactics
Fan: What are your bets for the world cup?
JM: I don't have a favorite. It will not have any surprise.
Fan: Who is the best, Messi or Ronaldo?
JM: They're different, we can't compare them.
Fan: What you said to the players in the moment of Ba's goal against PSG?
JM: I said we still have time to win, we needed organization
Fan: Why you use David Luiz as a midfielder instead of a CB?
JM: Because I have Terry and Cahill very realiable in the back and David has midfielder qualities
Fan: Why Kevin De Bruyne leaved?
JM: Because he wanted to.
Fan: If you were invited to train Brazil in 2018 World Cup, would you accept it?
JM: I will still be in Chelsea
Fan: After your manager career, would you turn into a club director or would you stop?
JM: In 20 years it could be a possibility
Fan: What are you thinking about riots in Brazil?
JM: Brazil it's a great country and I hope it could resolve the social problems
Fan: What team do you think will do best in World Cup? Belguim or England?
JM: Belguim got an easier group, but England is more experienced
Fan: Would you manage Barcelona?
JM: I don't think so
Fan: What was the best World Cup game you ever saw?
JM: Italy vs Germany, 1982 WC final
Fan: What can we except from Chelsea for next season?
JM: From Chelsea you can expect the title
Fan: What's more difficult, playing against unbeatable teams or against egos in your own dressing room?
JM: There's no unbeatable team
Fan: Do you think the Chelsea veterans Terry, Cole, Eto'o and Lampard can play one more season?
JM: Yes, they can play one more season
Fan: Would you end your career at Porto, where everything started, or would you end as a national coach?
Fan: Do you have admiration for some brazilian manager?
JM: Otto Gloria is a legend in Portugal
Fan: What's the secret of sucess?
JM: Talent, work and believing in what you're doing
Fan: Would you manage any brazilian team?
JM: In football, you can never say never
Fan: Will Lukaku and Courtois return to Chelsea for next season?
JM: I know what's going to happen. But I should not tell yet.