Mourinho explains his passion for tennis

first_imgThe former Manchester United manager was in attendance to watch Andy Murray train ahead of his doubles Quarterfinal.Former Manchester United and Real Madrid manager, Jose Mourinho, loves football but also loves tennis.He has attended a big number of matches live, especially to see Andy Murray.And he talked to The Independent about his love for the sport.“I try to come most years but wasn’t able to until now, but this is a good moment because Andy plays,” Mourinho said.“It’s nice for a sportsman like him in a special moment of his career, it’s nice for him to know that the ones that always supported him in the big moments, we also support him in these moments where he is showing what a man he is.”“With his age, with everything he has already won he needs to be really special, in love with the game, and ready to make the effort he is making to be back,” he added.jose mourinhoMourinho knows why City and Liverpool are so far ahead George Patchias – September 13, 2019 Jose Mourinho knows why Manchester City and Liverpool are so far ahead of everyone else in the Premier League.In an interview with the Telegraph,…“That’s fantastic, and if he can evolve to play singles again at the highest level, that would be amazing.”Mourinho talked about his biggest tennis moment: “I shed tears when Murray won Wimbledon, yes, it’s true, because for these boys Wimbledon, Roland Garros, and these tournaments are like the Champions League for us.”“I would love all the football players to cope with responsibilities the way these guys do it. In football, you can hide behind each other. In tennis, they can’t hide behind anyone.”}🚨 EXCLUSIVE 🚨In this @primevideosport sit-down interview, @andy_murray talks…✅ His journey through rehab✅ Being woken up at 5am✅ Support from fellow players— Amazon Prime Video Sport (@primevideosport) June 7, 2019last_img read more

Okan Kocuk wants to be a legend at Galatasaray

first_imgOkan Kocuk says that he wants to become a legend at the club after sealing a dream move to the Turkish giants from Bursaspor.Okan Kocuk is considered one of the most highly rated goalkeepers in Turkey. And after some sensational displays for Bursaspor, the youngster has definitely earned a move to one of the biggest clubs in Turkey.The youngster was very keen on making a move to Gala and even paid his former club €450,000 to free him from his contract. The youngster made 22 appearances for the Green Crocodiles last season and kept seven clean sheets.And while he was unable to prevent his team from getting demoted to the lower league, he had done enough to justify a move to the Turkish giants.Brusaspor’s relegation was something of a shock given that the club had only recently won the Super Lig title.Real Madrid v Paris Saint-Germain - UEFA Champions League Round of 16: First LegUEFA Champions League Group A – Preview Boro Tanchev – September 6, 2019 Let’s begin with our Champions League group previews, starting with the Group A where we have two title contenders – Real Madrid and PSG.Now, Okan Kocuk is going to become the club’s second choice keeper behind Fernando Muslera. While displacing the Uruguay international would be tough, the youngster is definitely going to learn a lot from him.While speaking to reporters, the Turk said that he wants to make history for the club and thanked Fatih Terim for giving him a chance to do that.“Galatasaray is not my first club but the most special club for me. It is unbelievable to be here. Right now, I’m very happy and proud to be here. I really understood the value and weight this jersey carries when I came here. I would like to thanks Fatih Terim and Abdurrahim Albayrak for their help,” he said according to TRT Spor.Okan Kocuz also says that he will learn a lot from Muslera and goalkeeping coach, Claudio Taffarel.“Of course, the big goals do not end. I want to be a legend at Galatasaray. I will sweat and bleed for this shirt for many years.”last_img read more