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Jose Mourinho reveals he is getting new Netflix documentary and tells fans why they will think he is an ‘total idiot’

JOSE MOURINHO has revealed that he is the subject of a brand new Netflix documentary – but reckons fans will think he’s an ‘idiot’.

The 60-year-old is one of the most decorated managers in football.

Jose Mourinho has revealed that he is the subject of a new Netflix documentary

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Jose Mourinho has revealed that he is the subject of a new Netflix documentaryCredit: Getty

With two Champions League titles, three Premier League titles, an FA Cup, two Serie A titles and a La Liga title among his accolades, Mourinho has become a household name.

And now fans will be given a look into his life beyond the dugout in a new Netflix documentary.

Mourinho broke the news about his new series following Roma’s 2-1 Copa Italia win over Cremonese on Wednesday.

But he admitted there will be one scene where viewers will think he is a “total idiot”.

He said: “I’ll give you some news, a documentary about me starts on Netflix, it’s a documentary about my career and it starts on Thursday.

“There are things that will only be known there, they pay me well. I hadn’t signed with Roma yet, but I had given my word.

“A club came along and wanted me to break my agreement with Roma, which hadn’t yet been signed, and I said no.

“When the documentary comes out everyone will say I’m a total idiot.

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“When Portugal arrived I immediately told the president about it.

“When Saudi Arabia arrived I immediately told the president about it.

“This is why I don’t think they talk to other coaches behind my back, for me it’s not like that because there is reciprocity.”

Mourinho joined Roma in 2021 following a two-year stint with Tottenham.

The Portugal-born boss has also managed Benfica, Porto, Chelsea, Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Manchester United.

He is expected to take a job in Saudi Arabia when his Roma contract expires in June.

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