Soccer legend Jose Mourinho is starring in his own Tv show.
The 50 year old manager of London's Chelsea Football Club will help a group of young hopefuls achieve their sporting dreams in a cartoon called Mourinho and The Special Ones.
He tells Britain's The Sun, "I believe the series truly combines education and entertainment. I am proud to be part of this project."
The series is set to debut in Portugal on Saturday (31Aug13) and the creators of the cartoon at Sports Stars Media hope to expand its run across Europe.
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