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Mourinho: Manchester City? That's Impossible



So there you have it. Crafty Real Madrid gaffer Jose Mourinho has ruled himself out of being the Eastlands saviour that a section of City's support suggest he could be:

'My future is Real Madrid.I have a contract and it looks like the club is happy with my work...My future will be in England, for sure, but after Real. I have a contract for three more seasons and I would like to reach the 600-mark with Real Madrid.

'Me to Manchester City? That's impossible.'



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Writer: Bluey Armstrong VMC Newsdesk Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday April 14 2011

Time: 5:53PM

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Hey here's a thought - instead of bigging up Mourinho as the "Saviour", why don't we all get behind the current manager? Nowt so impatient as City fans.
fifthcolumnblue
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14/04/2011 18:06:00

Great comment fifth.
P.Avfc
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14/04/2011 18:21:00

Mancini is gutsy and gets the job done, and aside from the embarrassment at Anfield, Man City have played some really nice football as of late. Love how a reputation stays with a manager regardless, like Mancini/Mourinho have been slated for their boring brands of football, negative tactics etc, and on the reverse, Redknapp and Spurs are always praised for playing open, expansive, free flowing attacking football. How many times have Real Madrid and City won by a high margin compared to Spurs? Don't think we've won this season by more than two goals, so yes, get behind Mancini. Clever manager.
bernio3000
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14/04/2011 19:23:00

Why install a bloke who has already won it all and hardly ever fields young players? ********* to him. And that coat's from Matalan.
Johnny Baguette
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14/04/2011 20:06:00

Impossible unless he's sacked. Just saying, the four Barca/Real games coming up will be important as Mourinho already has enemies in the politically intense upper offices of Real Madrid who might be waiting to pounce if he doesn't get something out of the upcoming games against Barca.
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