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Report: Manchester United happy with Jose Mourinho

By , Reporter | 5mo
A report claims that the Manchester United hierarchy does not believe Jose Mourinho will suffer 'third season syndrome' at Old Trafford this term.

Jose Mourinho has reportedly been given a vote of confidence by Manchester United officials in terms of the Portuguese avoiding 'third season syndrome' at Old Trafford this term.

The 55-year-old left his first spell at Chelsea shortly after starting his fourth season at the club, before a successful two-year stay at Inter Milan preceded a three-year stint at Real Madrid.

Mourinho then returned to Stamford Bridge in the summer of 2013 and won the 2014-15 Premier League title and EFL Cup but once again departed in his third season with the Blues 16th in the table.

According to Sky Sports News, United officials believe that there are differences in that Mourinho was coming off the back of winning titles at Real and Chelsea ahead of those respective departures.

In addition, the club hierarchy is believed to be happy with the squad chemistry, the mood at the club and the players at Mourinho's disposal, and that improvement year-on-year in terms of performances and results under the head coach is deemed "obvious to see".

The report has emerged in wake of rumours suggesting that former Bernabeu boss Zinedine Zidane is interested in the United job.



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4Chelsea23145440192147
5Arsenal23135548321644
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10West Ham UnitedWest Ham2394103034-431
11Everton238693433130
12Bournemouth2393113342-930
13Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton2375112532-726
14Crystal Palace2364132332-922
15Southampton2357112540-1522
16Burnley2364132343-2022
17Newcastle UnitedNewcastle2356121931-1221
18Cardiff CityCardiff2354141944-2519
19Fulham2335152151-3014
20Huddersfield TownHuddersfield2325161340-2711
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