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In today’s newspaper rounds…
Starsport can reveal the Chelsea manager is on a contract worth over £10m a year at Stamford Bridge. The Portuguese coach has the rest of this season and three more years on his deal, which was signed in the summer. Even for the billionaire Russian, paying up Mourinho’s contract is a staggering figure.
Well, well, well…
The main story seems to be that Jose Mourinho might be getting the sack seeing that he’s plunged the Chavs into their worst ever start of the season since billionaire sugar-daddy – Roman Abrahimovic – took over the strings of his toy a’la Chelsea FC.
Do I feel sorry for Mourinho?…
I might have my issues with Wenger when he doesn’t deliver like I want him to BUT under no circumstances should anyone, and I mean ANYONE, speak about Wenger like Jose Mourinho has. The Portuguese irritant has been downright rude to Wenger that Pellegrini all the way at Man-Citeh felt he had over-stepped his boundaries.
And, as much as I have an inherent detestation for Manchester United (I’d rather a Chav win), Mourinho’s the rudest manager the world has ever seen; and if that’s what mind games are about, then surely mind games belong in the toilet.
Now, the Russian sugar-daddy may have to cough out almost £38m to pay Mourinho if he gets sacked. That might not be so much considering the cost of Abrahimovic’s boat .
In other news, Klopp seems to be on his way to Liverpool. I’m a bit uneasy about this as there’s no doubt he’s better than most of the dross of managers bar Benitez who’ve managed Liverpool; let’s hope he doesn’t settle in quickly. This news follows David Beckham claiming that Manchester United will not fall into the same rut Liverpool has, not winning a trophy in 25 years and all that bollocks.
The lot down the street seem to be chasing a certain Sofiane Boufal who’s rated as the next Eden Hazard.
Wenger pleads like I do to Chile to go easy on our dearest Alexis Sanchez…you don’t work a willing horse to the ground Chile, you just don’t do that; because in the end, there’ll be no horse and all your hay will be stacked in the sh*tty mud.