Jose Mourhino about to take a job somewhere

stonewall Jackson

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He can maybe turn it around but I think his stock has been on the decline. Up to him to change some of his ways and adapt. He is bringing more and more baggage to jobs. And he spent £400m at Man Utd.
It seemed as if his tenure at Madrid damaged him professionally and personally. When Guardiola handed him his arse he seemed to be in denial as to what was happening.
 

BlueSeaOfIbrox

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Still think he's a top manager. Regardless of his stint at United, that United team is toxic and the fact he got them to finish 2nd is a testament to his ability. Not that he's free of blame because he spent a fortune on a lot of those players but to question his management is silly.

Not sure Spurs is wise, I don't doubt he will get results with them but he will throw a hissy fit when he gets no money for transfers.

I think it's more likely somewhere 'quieter' like Italy, France or Portugal again. As long as it's not Porto again..o_O

People joke and it'll never happen but I'd like to see him take over an old firm team tbh. Can you imagine the old firm banter? :)) Plus I reckon he'd get us quite far into europe with the 'us vs the world' mentality he instills into his players.
 
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BlueSeaOfIbrox

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apparently it’s done

pochetino to man utd and Jose to spurs

will be interested to see how he does
Pochettino to buy the spurs squad, Mourinho to buy the united squad

%^*& it why not.

What a downgrade for poch btw if true. Guess he'll get the money and then some that he was after at spurs..
 

Glasgowsteve

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I think the criticism of his spending at Man U is a bit unfair. I’ve not idea what his net spend was but he quite clearly was unhappy with the players he got IMO. For example, I’m not convinced he really wanted Pogba. He really wanted Maguire (and a right back) but never got either of them. I think Woodward has let a succession of managers down with regards to bonkers transfers. Sanchez was a panic buy and I was never convinced he’d for the system at Man U.
 

Wolfie

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His ‘Special’ status going over a cliff has screwed my long term bet; manager of Brazil. :(
 

Danger Zone

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Take it into account the Manchester United right now he done a terrific job with them.
People keep saying that but a failed Cardiff manager being a predictably big failure with Utd doesn’t make the mediocrity of Mourinho’s stint any better. Best paid coach in the world and millions spent for a couple of cups a club that size isn’t really bothered about, before the inevitable implosion.
 

Kimarcus

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Jose ain't going to Everton and Milan couldn't afford him even if they hadn't hilariously hired Pioli.
 

ricksen24

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I think the criticism of his spending at Man U is a bit unfair. I’ve not idea what his net spend was but he quite clearly was unhappy with the players he got IMO. For example, I’m not convinced he really wanted Pogba. He really wanted Maguire (and a right back) but never got either of them. I think Woodward has let a succession of managers down with regards to bonkers transfers. Sanchez was a panic buy and I was never convinced he’d for the system at Man U.
Woodward sacked him then signed Maguire.
Doesn’t make a jot of sense.

if your employing Jose you have to be prepared to do what he says at all costs. He will generally bring trophy’s. (as he did at Man U until Woodward fuked with him)
 

Monts1310

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Still think he's a top manager. Regardless of his stint at United, that United team is toxic and the fact he got them to finish 2nd is a testament to his ability. Not that he's free of blame because he spent a fortune on a lot of those players but to question his management is silly.

Not sure Spurs is wise, I don't doubt he will get results with them but he will throw a hissy fit when he gets no money for transfers.

I think it's more likely somewhere 'quieter' like Italy, France or Portugal again. As long as it's not Porto again..o_O

People joke and it'll never happen but I'd like to see him take over an old firm team tbh. Can you imagine the old firm banter? :)) Plus I reckon he'd get us quite far into europe with the 'us vs the world' mentality he instills into his players.
Don't forget his treble.

Top, manager.
 
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