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What Should Be Considered A Less Than Crappy First Season For Jose Mourinho?

Breakups are never easy. I remember when I got dumped by my girlfriend, it was one of the saddest days of my life, I was 10. She found a new boyfriend the next week, the guy happened to be my best friend. I got over it, but I’ve been wishing death on that prick ever since (you’ll be glad to know he is still alive, according to Facebook). Tottenham did the same thing my girl did to me when they parted ways with their manager of five years Mauricio Pochettino. But, instead of waiting a week, they waited around 12 hours to show off their new lover: Jose Mourinho

In fairness, Tottenham stank over the past 12 months. Spurs had won just six of their 24 Premier League matches this calendar year.  It was time for Poch to go. Manchester United legend and now talking head on Sky Sports described the Tottenham and Jose Mourinho union as a “marriage of convenience” saying, “Mourinho needed to get back into the Premier League to re-establish himself. Levy needed someone who could get the football club quickly back up to a level that is acceptable and into the Champions League. This is a marriage of convenience.”

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The Soccer Podcast With No Name (Yet) S01E04 [Podcast]

 

Bongani ‘Da Bongz’ Nkosi and Thabang ‘Da Real Cheez’ Kgeledi discuss this weeks soccer topics. But they should hurry because each topic has a time limit.

The Discussion This Week:
1. Magic Fc 0-3 Kaizer Chiefs
2. Nedbank Cup Results
3. Amajita Third Place In Afcon
4. Chelsea V Manchester United
5. Sanchez
6. Kylian Mbappe
7. Baberwa Fc
8. Games To Look Forward To

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FA Cup: Arsenal v Manchester United – A Game That Means More To The Managers Than It Does The Players

Both the Arsenal and Manchester United managers have a lot at riding on Friday evenings game. The Gunners host the Red Devils in the 4th round of the FA Cup.

I had to lie to my girlfriend as say I had some important career-defining work I had to complete tonight because Fridays are date nights (Let’s hope she doesn’t read this).

My dishonesty aside, this evening’s game is an important one. It’s an important game for the supporters, it’s an important game for the players, and it’s an especially important game for the managers.

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