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Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Man Utd Announces The Departure Of It Manager, Jose Mourinho

Manchester United announces that Manager Jose Mourinho has left the club.


“The club would like to thank Jose for his work during his time at Manchester United and to wish him success in the future.

“A new caretaker manager will be appointed until the end of the current season, while the club conducts a thorough recruitment process for a new, full-time manager.”

Managers and ex-Footballers reacts: 

Pochettino: 

Who is being considered has one of Jose replacement told reporters that he is focus on Tottenham. 

He said "I want to send my best wishes to Mourinho. I am so sorry, I know him well, and it's sad news. It's not my business what happens at another club, I just want to send my best wishes to Jose.

"In five years here a lot of rumour has happened, I respect a lot the opinion of everyone. A lot of rumours happen, but it's not my business what has happened. I want to deliver my best show at this 
football club."

Jurgen Klopp
"He's a very competitive guy, very ambitious, unbelievably successful and I can imagine the last few months were not a joy, especially for him," he told reporters.
"Nobody can take away all the things he won. He's an outstanding manager."

Rio Ferdinand:

"I was one of his biggest advocates two and half years ago when he joined and felt he stabilised our club when we needed it.

"You can’t ignore what Jose has achieved as a manager previously but I feel the time has come for fresh ideas at Man United."

"It's about making sure the next manager is the right manager," he said.

Patrice Evra

The thing that is annoying me the most right now is why are people so focused on Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho?
"Let's focus on rebuilding something solid instead of being in a playground. Doing this is only disrespecting the badge, from now we only need positivity."

Steven Gerrard

He's obviously a world-class manager. He's been a rival for many, many years when I played. He's a winner, isn't he? I mean, how can I sit here and say anything about Jose Mourinho? He's a serial winner, he always has been everywhere he's gone.

"He's done the best job since Alex Ferguson's left. It seemed they sort of struggled before that but Jose came in and put a couple of trophies in the cabinet, so I don't think you can criticise him too much.

"It will be interesting to see which direction they go in now with the new manager but none of the Manchester United fans will care what I say about it, so it's none of my business."

Michael Owen

Inevitable is the word I'd use. Mourinho had to go in the end. Simply not getting anywhere near enough out of his plan.

Rene Meulensteen

The former Manchester United coach went on media to give his opinion

I think they've looked back critically to where they are and asked themselves: 'Is this the right way forward?' With the transfer window right ahead of them, I can understand the timing.

"You hear people talking about how United have lost their identity and that's what you see among the players. There is no really clear direction and certainly not after they'd been under Sir Alex Ferguson for so many years."

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