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steveiron64 10:59 Fri Aug 24
Mourinho - Clock is ticking?
https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/45297106

I like him. He makes me laugh. But - it seems from his demeanour and response from this squad that he's only going one way, out.

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bruuuno 11:34 Wed Aug 29
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RBshorty 7:50 Tue Aug 28


The draw of several million quid might be a factor

afan 11:21 Wed Aug 29
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I like him bit of a character unusual in todays game

Mart O 7:58 Tue Aug 28
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Inter fans may love him. No one else over there does. I'd rather not even play, never mind win, if it's playing the anti football shite his teams turn out.

Reckon shorty's right, ZZ will probably end up replacing DD.

RBshorty 7:50 Tue Aug 28
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ManU fans who think Zidane would want to join them are in cuckoo land. The guy got fuck all to prove in club football. He can sit on his arse for the next couple of years. And wait for the French job to come available. Just because they are a big name doesn’t automatically mean a guy like Zidane would come to them.

Sven Roeder 7:41 Tue Aug 28
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I presume you mean Italy where he won the Champions League with Inter for the first time in 50 years (obviously was European Cup then).
Can imagine they love him there and it’s just the CRIMINALS at Juventus that talk him down

Mart O 7:09 Tue Aug 28
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He's only half a coach, at best. Any cunt who can't animate a team in attack ain't no coach at all, afaic. He's just a slightly shinier version of Allardyce and co. Not fit to clean John Lyall's shoes.

The English press have got a lot to answer for, they lapped up all that 'special one' bollocks. Funny how he got cunted off left right and centre when he went to Pastaland, where the media are actually interested in football, rather than stupid fucking headlines.

, 6:55 Tue Aug 28
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TM, "I don't think he's ever been a coach" for a bloke who has never been a coach and take Porto to a EUFA cup in 2002/3 and then the CL trophy in 2003/4 is quite remarkable.

goose 6:34 Tue Aug 28
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if i were a man united fan i would hope they look a little further than the obvious name of Zidane.

Takashi Miike 6:25 Tue Aug 28
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*rewatch the final*

Takashi Miike 6:25 Tue Aug 28
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I don't think he's ever been a coach, he's just been very fortunate to cheat his way to his first major trophy at Porto (rematch the final v celtic), and then work for clubs with money to burn. his judgement of player talent is shocking, not being able to work with de bruyne, salah and pogba (there's no doubt more examples). players also regress under his management, joe cole being a great example (and again there's more examples). I'm not sure where he'll end up next as a club like bayern would never stand his arrogance

Stubbo 5:26 Tue Aug 28
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Would you swap Mourinho for Pellegrini?

Interesting question given one is absolutely seen as a managerial behemoth of the time, and the other is notably decorated without being considered at the same level.

Personally I can't stand Mourinho, and wouldn't swap him or his footballing philosophy for Pellegrini.

From what I see of Mourinho these days he's basically Allardycho, but in a more advantageous position.

Mart O 5:20 Tue Aug 28
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Well obviously he doesn't like football. Otherwise his teams would play some.

Only problem for Zidane as a replacement is his English isn't good enough, especially for a coach who's more motivator than tactician. Who knows though, maybe he's been working on it. He's anything but stupid.

Mace66 5:03 Tue Aug 28
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He'll be gutted we don't play them for another month

, 4:58 Tue Aug 28
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The next triple for Mourinho could well be three times sacked as a EPL manager.

Dr Moose 2:45 Tue Aug 28
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Won't last the week!

boltkunt 2:27 Tue Aug 28
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He's a dead man walking.

Won't make it to christmas.

Couldn't have happened to a nicer club.

steveiron64 2:15 Tue Aug 28
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He is losing the plot. "We lost 3-0 but so what, I've won 3 Premier Leagues."

Seriously though, his analysis post-Tottenham was mind boggling.

eusebiovic 1:05 Sun Aug 26
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Apparently the old Argentine striker Gabriel Batistuta didn't like football very much despite being one of the best forwards of the 90's...

lowermarshhammer 12:12 Sun Aug 26
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He seems to be almost as miserable when he is in his place of work as I am.

Just leave him alone and let him get on with doing his job in peace would be my best advice.

4ever-blowin-bubbles 12:07 Sun Aug 26
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he is just waiting for the "tic tac" and of course all the compensation that goes with it

normannomates 4:00 Sun Aug 26
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peterboroughiron

plumbers are the biggest blaggers going...wankers to a man.

knees fucked?...good

whinging non stop?..standard

lazy cunt?...standard

anyone can do most of their household jobs if you can be arsed to learn

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