Mourinho to Manchester? |MUNDIAL MORNINGS

WEDNESDAY 23 DECEMBER 2015

According to the Daily Star, former Chelsea FC manager Jose
Mourinho is willing to take a pay cut in order to take over Louis Van Gaal’s
job as manager of Manchester United.

A source has said that Jose is making it clearly obvious
that he wants the gig, especially after being let down by Chelsea.

“It is not about the money.
Managing United has always been one of his ambitions because of the prestige
and history associated with the club.

“He knows
it would be a huge challenge, but he loves working in English football and
would take a wage cut if it meant getting the chance to make United great
again.”

Van Gaal is under constant pressure after recent losses to Bournemouth
and Norwich have fans criticising his every move.

The Dutch coach’s philosophy is heavily reliant on a possession
based game. The problem is that United’s front third are incapable of
converting that possession into goals.

This has to be one of the greatest analysis’s we have ever
seen. This will explain United’s problems.

The question is whether Mourinho can solve them.

 

NOT SO FRIENDLY FABREGAS

 Cesc Fabregas has been involved in a bust up with a youth
player during training session with Chelsea this week.

The Spaniard laid a heavy challenge on 19- year old Charly
Musonda, after being embarresed with an overhead flick followed by a nutmeg.

The tackle sparked a mini melee, which clearly displays the
ongoing unrest between the squad following Jose Mourinho’s sacking.

CRISTIANO’S CRIB

Three time Ballon Dor winner Cristiano Ronaldo has taken the
world on a tour of his house in Madrid.

What a life!

By Ari Charilaou (He’s also on twitter here)

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