Date: 18th August 2011 at 5:12pm
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The man who’s heavily touted to succeed Sir Alex Ferguson ended what can only be described as a fantastic game of football, in his typical, controversial fashion.

Now I’m all for Mourinho taking the helm when that dreaded day comes and Fergie steps down, afer all, he’s the greatest tactician in today`s modern game and arguably footballing history.

He’s also one of very few managers who actually have both the ability and ego to handle the expectation and pressure which will be bestowed upon him.

However, if Mourinho were to come back to England and take the helm I’d prefer it if he left the ear pinching in Spain.

There was no logical reasoning behind Mourinho’s actions other than to cause trouble and add fuel to the fire. I’m not overly fussed about his post-match comments, the mind games, the controversial comments and etc, we’re used to that with Fergie.

I am fussed though and cannot stand the petulant ‘it was their fault’ blame game and spiteful, immature ear pinching. I’m sorry but if that’s part of the package then thanks but no thanks Mr Mourinho.



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