Date: 4th October 2017 at 10:16am
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This week a Manchester United legend, Sir Bobby Charlton, witnessed the main England training pitch, at the St George`s facility, being named upon him.

The giants of the game appear to be honoured in many ways, typical examples being Sir Alex Ferguson having a stand named after him and the road that leads to Old Trafford being named after the legend that is Sir Matt Busby.

Today, the Daily Mail is reporting that our manager, Jose Mourinho, has now also been honoured as a mark of respects for his achievements in the game.

Our aforementioned source has pointed out that in Jose`s home town of Setabul, in Portugal, there is now a street named after him.

Now, it`d be really interesting if any of the Vital Manchester United readership were, if they were ever on a trip to anywhere Setubal, could find the street, drape the sign in a Manchester United scarf and supply the picture to us!