I’m happy not to have a job, says Mourinho

TVC E (SOCCER) - Former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho said Wednesday he is “happy not to have a job” at the moment and remained silent about taking the helm at Manchester United, saying that was “a one million-dollar question”. The sacked Chelsea manager spoke before students at a suburban secondary school in Singapore in conjunction with a scholarship foundation set up by Valencia Football Club owner Peter Lim, who is from the city-state. Asked by a student United fan whether he would be the next manager of the English Premier League club, Mourinho replied: “That’s a one million-dollar question that nobody knows, and I’m the first one not to know.” The Portuguese also said he was amused by all the media speculation about his next job following his sacking in December after a disastrous start to the season. “I read so many different things… Another day it says I go to China, another day...