Jose Gets Revenge???

gio_m123

Reserves Regular
#1
Thoughts on this guys? United have Spurs at Old Trafford on the 4th of Dec (morning of the 5th where I live), and I personally will have nothing but respect for Mourinho coming back. Do you think he will get a big away result with his new team? Do you think he will succeed at Spurs and finally end their league drought? In my opinion, I think depending on who stays and who follows Poch, Mourinho has a fantastic platform to build off, but I'd like to hear your thoughts too :) https://www.bbc.com/sport/football/50483023
 

gio_m123

Reserves Regular
#4
Jose has nothing to prove. I think he'll fall out with Levy at some point and it will all go pear-shaped as usual. As for his return, I hope the fans give him a great welcome but he may well go home with three points. It will be emotional.
I actually agree, the relationship with Levy could arguably be worse than his relationship with the Glazers 😬
 

gio_m123

Reserves Regular
#5
He'll set up in the low block and we'll struggle to break it down. He knows our weaknesses and will exploit them.
For sure. Also will be tough with an even more depleted squad, just read McTominay might not be available for Sheffield this weekend, hopefully he’s back for Spurs! Otherwise who would you have in midfield Sam - Fred, Garner, Pereira?
 

Betty

Assistant Manager
Staff member
#8
He will surely lift the mood at Spurs initially before it all starts to fall apart with Levy and then the players. So we could be playing them at the worst possible time. But there are 3 games before then so I think a lot will depend on the respective form of both teams in those games, and as said above, who we have available will also be a factor. Might be a bit soon for Pogba and McSauce.
 
#9
Started well enough at West Ham but they almost blew a 3-0 lead. That defensive performance under pressure must have nearly given him heart failure. He's now admitted that he wasn't happy at United (as if we didn't know) and I wonder when he'll dish the dirt on the Glazers? Now he's got a new job, I imagine that payments from United have ceased so he might be in a position to blow the lid off, but given the back-scratching that goes on in the PL, I won't hold my breath.
 
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