Jose Mourinho looks grumpy and glares at reporter in first interview after Man Utd sack. Jose Mourinho has given his first interview since being sacked as manager of Manchester United.
The Portuguese boss was accosted by Sky Sports as he walked through Chelsea near his home in London.
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Mourinho was dressed in a grey hoodie, Adidas T-Shirt and wore a blue Baseball cap as he strode along the street.
The 55-year-old was relieved of his duties on Tuesday morning, having overseen United’s worst-ever start to a Premier League season.
The Red Devils are sixth in the table and currently sit 19 points behind league leaders Liverpool.
Mourinho was pictured arriving at Carrington for a face-to-face meeting with executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward yesterday, with news of his departure breaking shortly after.
The former Chelsea and Real Madrid manager was then snapped looking clean-shaved and cheery as he left the Lowry Hotel for the final time a short while later.
And today Sky Sports caught up with the Special One, who appeared slightly disgruntled to see so much media outside his house.
Reporter Gary Cotterill said to Mourinho: “Thank you for coming out for a walk!”
To which Mourinho replied: “Can I come for a walk or not? You don’t have to thank me.”
The former United boss was then pressed if there’s anything he wants to say after being sacked, with Mourinho responding: “No. You know me. Let me walk. Let me walk.
“I have nothing to say. You know me. If you want to walk with me, lets go to Battersea! No problem for me.”
Cotterill then asked Mourinho if he had any plans for the future, however, the Special One was brash in his response once again.
“I have nothing, bye,” Mourinho said.