Tottenham Hotspur manager, Jose Mourinho, has mocked the planet football administration, saying Hansi Flick’s only chance to gather the simplest FIFA Men’s Coach award within the future is that if Bayern Munich finds new competitions to win.
In the year in review, Flick led Bayern to a Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal, and Champions League treble.
The German club also lifted the UEFA Super Cup and DFL Super Cup in 2020.
However, Liverpool’s Klopp retained the simplest Coach prize before Flick, during the FIFA’s annual awards ceremony on Thursday.
Klopp led Liverpool to a primary English top-flight title in 30 years the last term but admitted he was shocked to win it.
Mourinho, whose Spurs side were lost 2-1 to Liverpool on Wednesday, was asked about the choice when previewing Spurs’ clash with Leicester City.
He replied: “I think the sole chance for Flick to win is that Bayern finds two or three more new competitions to win it.
“So maybe if he wins seven titles in one season maybe he wins the award because I think he only won the Champions League, Bundesliga, Pokal, European Super Cup, German Super Cup – he only won five and therefore the biggest one among all.
“So I feel poor Flick the sole chance is for Bayern to undertake and find two or three more trophies to ascertain if he can win it.”