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  1. 1. Will Jose Mourinho be Real Madrid's manager next season?

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After last night he's making all the noises that he is going to leave Real Madrid. I at first thought that he would stay given that Real had a chance to win the Champions League but now that dream is over he may well cut his losses with the club and depart.

 

ITV cut short his interview last night and many people are saying this was because he was about to announce next seasons plans (not sure why that would upset ITV) and that he's most likely going to be in England next year.

 

Stay or go? I think go.

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At risk of a backlash, you feel this didn't really warrant a new thread, and then you realize who the author is.

 

Ok, fair enough, we'll play along, and didn't Mourinho say very recently he wants to go back to the EPL and try again. Maybe it wasn't necessarily for next season but in the near future. He's done not too bad there, got to a few (european cup) semi-finals. almost recovered against the germans and hasn't he won a La Liga title in his time there ? But Yes, I do think he will go now which could well be this summer. Pity really, as I wouldn't have minded him staying on a bit longer.

 

I don't watch ITV. Guessing they merely cut him off because they had to put some more commercials on, or is it, they're just merely cunts ? Same melts who put on a mints commercial during a high profile all-Merseyside cup game a year or two ago at the worst time imaginable ? I can't even bring myself to talk about them sometimes. But as before, Mourinho most likely gone this close season, but where to, is anyones guess.

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Mourinho, when asked about Pepe's comments at the weekend defending Casillas as an 'institution'—"Pepe's problem is called Raphaël Varane"

Mourinho on Pepe—"A 31-year-old [he's actually 30] lost his place to a 19-year-old, and who had the courage to start playing Varane? I did"

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Real Madrid are having a press conference tonight. Mourinho is strongly rumored to be leaving the club with immediate effect.

That's already been confirmed seeing as the conference has been going on for some time. You're a little late to the party at this point :P.

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I bet he goes to the fucking snides.

 

Of course it won't happen, have a lot of time for Mourinho, a celebrated and colorful figure, - but it would have been great to have him here next season, in an ideal world, but he'll go to CFC now and as for Benitez, don't know where he'll end up. Won't be at Everton that's for sure.

 

Genuine loathing for Mourinhos seemingly imminent destination, but wish the man well.

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Great, I guess the moronic Real fans got their wish. And Casillas too. Looking forward to Real Madrid not getting past the last 16 in the CL again for years.

 

I like Casillas but don't have any time for Madrid fans. I'm glad he's left as I believe he deserves better.

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There's clearly nothing else going on today in football, judging by SSN's wall to wall coverage for the last four hours.<br /><br />Still, I'm sure we'll get the same coverage when we name our new boss... :mellow:

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I have nothing but respect for the man but I hate Chelsea fans. The way they have treated their bosses since he left has been shameful.

 

Said it before he took charge that they would win the title next year and believe even more that they will now.

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I love Chelsea. They're my favorite fucking team...

 

Was a little sad to learn of Mourinho going back again, I think he's a great unique character, a great manager, and think he'll do well once again for them on his return. Of course we were never going to get him as manager, but that would have been a great appointment, but it'll be nothing more than a dream to have brought him in. I wish I could bring myself to wish Mourinho well with his subsequent endeavors - but not with that club side.

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Jose Mourinho has said that he would have snubbed Manchester United;

 

 

Why "snubbed"? I hate the word in that context, you sound like a tabloid headline writer!

 

If he's not interested in a job it's not a snub, he's just not interested in the job because he'd rather be somewhere else.

 

(This post should maybe be in "What grinds your gears")

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Because 'snubbed' is a better word than 'turned down'. :wub:

 

But it's not because it means something completely different.

 

If you snub someone you treat them with disdain or contempt; that's totally different from a respectful, "...appreciate the offer guys but I'd rather be elsewhere..." which is what Jose would've said to United (had they approached him).

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Heart over head really wasn't it. I would rather have seen Mourinho at MUFC than a return to the plastics, in that he's a very good manager and you know he's going to do well for them. (again)

 

Decent individual, much loathed team in question. I hope he doesn't duplicate the success he had before from 2004 to when he vacated in his first time in charge. Still waiting for the Russian tycoon to get bored and try a fresh challenge, see the money dry up, team decline and slowly progress back to the side of 15 years ago. No one stays at the top forever.

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The Portuguese says his next destination could be "a club that is not ready to be a trophy-hunter immediately but with the ambition to be a trophy-hunter." 

He added: "If it is a club without ambition I wouldn't go. I refused [the job offer] because I want high-level football and ambitions at the highest level.

"That is my second item [of requirement]. My first item is structural empathy. I want to work with people that I love. People I want to work with, that I am happy to work with, with whom I share the same ideas.

"It was what I had at Inter. There are clubs like this. Normally, that is a very important part of a successful club."

https://www.skysports.com/football/news/11095/11648394/jose-mourinho-hoping-to-avoid-internal-conflict-at-next-club

Gearing a move to us? A bit of food for thought for Moshiri at least.

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If Everton wants a collapse, yeah then Mou should be the best answer. Out-dated football mentality, spending ultra high amounts on transfers (well at least this suits but he will take it to the next level), no team chemistry, always “problematique” and lunatic personality.

 

His glorious days are so far away now, Italian football will be the best for him.

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I think he is the only one out there at the moment who I would consider if the board did panic and got rid of Silva. Arsehole or not, he has been a proven winner wherever he's gone, he somehow managed to steady United after Moyes and Van Gaal despite seemingly having no control over player sales/purchases and 2 years of him getting some discipline installed in the team, some defensive competence, wouldn't be the worst idea in the world. We'd have to have someone lined up for his inevitable 3rd season collapse, but his name with transfer funds behind him could bring in the calibre of players we should be spending big money on. He might even be humbled by his United experience and be wanting to prove the doubters wrong...

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4 hours ago, Matt said:

I think he is the only one out there at the moment who I would consider if the board did panic and got rid of Silva. Arsehole or not, he has been a proven winner wherever he's gone, he somehow managed to steady United after Moyes and Van Gaal despite seemingly having no control over player sales/purchases and 2 years of him getting some discipline installed in the team, some defensive competence, wouldn't be the worst idea in the world. We'd have to have someone lined up for his inevitable 3rd season collapse, but his name with transfer funds behind him could bring in the calibre of players we should be spending big money on. He might even be humbled by his United experience and be wanting to prove the doubters wrong...

this is exactly how i feel too matt.  i want to stick with silva but if moshiri shits the bed again i want mourinho, he will get us a trophy full stop.  FA cup, league cup, europa, whatever it is he will break the drought.  he will leave in shambles but we will bust the duck and that in itself would be worth it for me.

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4 minutes ago, markjazzbassist said:

this is exactly how i feel too matt.  i want to stick with silva but if moshiri shits the bed again i want mourinho, he will get us a trophy full stop.  FA cup, league cup, europa, whatever it is he will break the drought.  he will leave in shambles but we will bust the duck and that in itself would be worth it for me.

It shows how much the Moshiri era has taken a toll on me. Beforehand I wouldn't have ever considered an ego like his, it's completely contrary to my definition of Everton. But he's now someone I have to consider for the good of the club, and I feel like I'm selling my morals down the swanny because of the complete mis-management of the last couple of years.

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I was shocked to read your post on that to be honest Matt, but I agree with you. 

I think he could really propel us into the spotlight. He would get the fans all angry and combative towards everyone else and make Goodison a hard place to go. 

He could attract some really top talent too. I don’t think we will ever see him here, but it would be great if we could. 

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15 hours ago, StevO said:

I was shocked to read your post on that to be honest Matt, but I agree with you. 

I think he could really propel us into the spotlight. He would get the fans all angry and combative towards everyone else and make Goodison a hard place to go. 

He could attract some really top talent too. I don’t think we will ever see him here, but it would be great if we could. 

I was shocked writing it, still feel dirty reading it back :lol: 

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