Samuel Eto’o names the only perfect manager he’s worked under as a professional gamer News from Nigeria

  • Samuel Eto’o has welcomed Roma coach Jose Mourinho and named him the best coach he has worked under
  • The former Cameroonian international and Jose Mourinho had an excellent collaboration at Inter Milan and won the triple
  • Eto’o stated that Jose Mourinho was perfect, adding that he knows how to deal with all the players below him

Jose Mourinho, currently in charge of Italian club Roma, was hailed by ex-Barcelona and Chelsea striker Samuel Eto’o, who named the Portuguese the best coach.

During his time at Inter Milan between 2009 and 2011, Samuel Eto’o played under Jose Mourinho and won the triple, becoming one of the best strikers in the world at the time.

Before leaving Inter Milan, Samuel Eto’o scored 33 goals in 67 games before moving to Anzhi, where he spent two years and joined Chelsea in 2013.

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Samuel Eto'o and Jose Mourinho
Samuel Eto’o and Jose Mourinho in action. (Photo by Simon Hofmann
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At Stamford Bridge, Samuel Eto’o played 21 games for Chelsea, scoring nine goals and also played one season for Everton before leaving the Premier League in 2015.

According to the message at kick-off, Samuel Eto’o explained that Jose Mourinho is the type of football manager who really understands all players by him.

Samuel Eto’o’s reaction

“At Inter Milan we had a coaching team with a unique head coach, Mourinho. He understood every player and the feelings of the Inter fans perfectly.”

“He knew how to combine those two things, he was perfect.”

And on the national team, Samuel Eto’o made 118 appearances for Cameroon, scored 56 goals and won two African Championships before retiring.

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Previously, had reported how Jose Mourinho, the Italian Roma headlighter, stated that he felt like a kid again after leading his team to a 2-1 win over Sassuolo on Sunday evening, September 12th, which was his 1000.

There is no doubt that, given his records and all the titles he has won so far, Jose Mourinho is one of the best coaches in the world

Mourinho made a name for himself in the Premier League, Spain and Italy in particular when he coached Chelsea and Inter Milan, where he won Champions League titles.

In the Roma’s game against Sassuolo, Jose Mourinho and his wards entered the game with increased morale and waited until the 37th minute to score the first goal by Bryan Cristiante.

Source: Legit

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