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So Mourinho Won't Be Southampton Manager Yet

So Mourinho Won't Be Southampton Manager Yet

According to reports in Spain Jose has already signed a four year deal to sort his immediate future out.

Unfortunately Southampton have not been the club to get his urgently wanted signature. We along with so many other clubs could only look on in dismay as he chose Real Madrid as his next home.

As I said earlier Spanish media has been saying that Real have his signature. The special one will now be able to show us all whether this name he has is fully warranted.

Jose enjoyed his unusual house warming party thanks to two goal Milito and his water tight defence. Even the Spaniards in the crowd seemed to take to the man as he celebrated.

Spanish sports daily AS is claiming that Jose has agreed a deal.Marca headlined 'Real Madrid recruits a champion.'

Jose himself has admitted that he is meeting Real President Florentino Perez this week.
He also said 'now I have two homes, Stamford Bridge and San Siro. And now I will have a third home - probably the Bernabeu.'

He admitted that Real are such a big club it would leave a gap in his CV if he never managed them.

So us smaller fish must watch and hope for a bright future without 'the Special; One.'



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Writer:SFC Forever
Date:Sunday May 23 2010
Time: 5:49PM

Comments

0
Well done Jose and now we will have a chance to see you do it all over again at Real.
sfc4ghg
23/05/2010 18:31:00
0
Hey there is always hope. We may not yet have what we are after but we have to believe in our manager, team and the club. We may not get Jose but we do have Alan.
VSrednwhite
23/05/2010 22:43:00
0
Jose has shown that he has the knack. He knows how to win and not only that he can do it at the highest level. Two Champions league wins and now he is going to the Bernabeu to become Real Madrid manager. No need to wish him good luck because I don't think that is something that he will need much of.
SFC Forever
23/05/2010 23:06:00
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So let me get this straight. Jose will return to England in the future. Therefore he must be waiting for us to win our two promotions before taking over to finish the job. WEicked.
sfc4ghg
24/05/2010 08:19:00
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What ie weicked? Jose has still to sign for the Madrid giants as far as we know. They are not normally as quiet as this about their intentions.
SFC Forever
26/05/2010 06:08:00
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Computor error or is it a case of fat fingers getting in the way. I know but am not saying. Now we have lost the chance to get Jose I guess we should concentate on the mnager that we currently have.
SFC Forever
01/06/2010 06:20:00
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