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    maverick1973
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    Poch would need his head looked at if he took on what is now the biggest poison chalice in football. What he’s building at Spurs is fantastic. A ready made team to challenge, a magnificent new stadium on the way. He has total control of signings and was even consulted for input to the new stadium. Spurs are going places and are run by a chairman who actually has a clue. Contrast that with the Theatre of Nightmares. Ageing squad that needs gutted, dof on the way, little say for Poch with signings and he would have to swap London for a shithole. Even Jose wouldn’t live there ffs! Add to that the massive shadow of Taggart which simply refuses to go away. Man Utd are like a 1985 Rolls Royce. A stunning car in its day but the sumptuous leather interior is worn, the paintwork is tired and the technology in newer cars has left it behind. Still a great car, but looking very dated against the much better built newer models. Lol,from the main TT page,lol.

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    Makaveli
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    Poor Jose, sitting at home with Β£25m added to the bank account.

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    newbalance
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    Good to get Ole (he is a Liverpool fan :-)) and somebody with courage to take on a massive responsibility. Would love Robbo back in some capacity.

    The players in particular Pogba, I noticed just seemed more relaxed and happy.

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    srd79
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    Ole’s a LFC fan????

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    newbalance
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    maverick1973
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    That`s why JT missed that pen in the CL final,of course,lol!

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    nine nine nine
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    Mourinho turns down Benfica job.

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    srd79
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    I wonder where he ends up next. Inter and Porto are probably the only two places to remember him fondly. Inter are currently 4th and they have sacked managers for less than that before. I think they are the only club Who would want him in Italy. PSG just got in Tuchel. Bayern would never have him. Who in England would?

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    nine nine nine
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    I wouldn’t rule out Spurs if Poch goes to Real or United . Levy wanted Mourinho previously.

    Other than that I can’t see him in the PL I wouldn’t rule out Real and turning down Benfica suggests he thinks he will get a bigger job. But given all Mourinho’s compensation payments he really doesn’t have to worry to much.

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    newbalance
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    Not sure what opportunies lie ahead for Jose. Seems to me at the moment of someone not really in a hurry to get back on the Saddle. I could be wrong.

    When I saw footage of him so soon after losing his job with Man Utd he looked so relaxed, detached and sort of unrecognizable in a positive light – some you could share a few glasses with in a chilled environment.

    Good luck to the bloke and I hope something suitable is there for him 😎

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    srd79
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    999, I wouldn’t mind getting sacked myself if it was on Jose- like terms!
    😁

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    newbalance
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    Lol, Srd, he’s still got the Electricity, Gas, and the Telephone Bill to pay πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€ πŸ˜€

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