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Submitted by SJIND 651d ago | opinion piece

Big three scrap to get Jose back, Is it United, City or his old friends at Chelsea?

Dailymail: When Jose Mourinho took afternoon tea with Sir Alex Ferguson at The Lowry before Real Madrid’s Champions League clash with Manchester City, there was plenty to discuss. (Chelsea, English Premier League, Jose Mourinho, Manchester City, Manchester United, Real Madrid, Spanish Primera Division)

karim  +   651d ago
fingers crossed it's his old pals at Chelsea
KingPin  +   651d ago
no coach in their right mind would go to chelsea at this point.

they have no control or say what goes on in the team.

i think secretly roman wants to be the manager but he doesnt wanna say so coz the fans would be pissed. so he is looking for a manager that will do as he says. he tells the coaches to continually play torres. if it was up to any coach torres would be benched for big games. no under performing player would play as much as torres had.

big coaches, SAF, Mourinho, PEP want 80% control of what happens in the team. who comes, who goes. with chelsea, they have 20% say.
FootballZilla  +   650d ago
I really do think its united... and i think he will try to bring a few player with him including ronny

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