Didn’t show much bottle against us, he’ll definitely find some scapegoats if they leak a few goalsNot convinced this is going to work either. Though Italian football is known for being defensive, I’ve always seen Roma as a bit of an exception, good technical side with good attacking play, though somewhat flakey. It’s another team he is going to have produce silverware for quickly otherwise it will unravel.
What? I mean there are a lot in here laughing at Roma and their fans that fell for the same spiel when they should have known better when he was appointed at United.No idea what you mean by that, unless you are giving us hints that you are one of those banned users and returned under new username.
Same people also laughed at Spurs fans saying how we did the same mistake back in 2016 (even when Chelsea fans warned) thinking he is changed and all. So not sure why any ManUtd fan cares about this nonsense about pot kettle black.What? I mean there are a lot in here laughing at Roma and their fans that fell for the same spiel when they should have known better when he was appointed at United.
I think he’ll do better in Serie A - it suits him better Looking forward to keeping an eye on them!I'm slightly gutted by this news. Roma are the team we keep an eye on here and I think they really deserve better than Mourinho. Ah well, it'll be one season of doing OK, as ever.
I would also like to see more clubs compete as I hate to see clubs like Juve win the title 9 years in a row. It's nice to see Rangers win the title again at Celtic's expense, same for Inter. I hate seeing the same club dominate the league every year, it is ruining football.Apparently Roma were bought for £500m last year by an American group and Jose has been promised funds in the transfer market, I’d quite like Roma to become a big Italian club and win Serie A. They always seemed a great club a part from maybe the Ultras but their players were always loyal and give 100% so I’d like to see them get some success..
Constantly? Its all a bit exaggerated but he yeah he has his reputation and he can keep it. But i think because of his reputation everything he says or does is extrapolated to mean a dig at someoneYou don’t get why a person who constantly insults and belittles his competitors, colleagues and even his own players is heavily disliked?
Yeah yeah, they said that about Spurs as well.He may actually succeed as he is not expected to win but only compete.
His pressers would be interesting but because Jose speaks so many languages including Italian most of his responses would be in whatever language the question is asked so many not be translated much.
Maybe they only checked his Italian references where he wasn't sacked from his job, nor at Porto btw.I am not surprised by this at all. But you do have to wonder how much research the HR Departments at these Clubs do. Would any other multi-million euro business hire a Senior Manager who has been sacked from every job, and whos last two were spectacular failures?
Could be interesting to see him not incharge of the team with the most money or any stand out superstarsI'm slightly gutted by this news. Roma are the team we keep an eye on here and I think they really deserve better than Mourinho. Ah well, it'll be one season of doing OK, as ever.
He has a brilliant agent and great PR team.Maybe they only checked his Italian references where he wasn't sacked from his job, nor at Porto btw.
I'm surprised to see him back so soon. To be fair, I had no idea Roma's manager was on the way out the door. Probably a bigger club than Spurs but in a lesser league so overall its a further downgrade. But that's where his career is at the minute. I'm surprised any club like that even touched him at all right now to be honest.
And he is doing fairly well at West Ham. No way is Jose a bad coach. It simply doesn't suit him to be in a club that is used to play attractive open football.He has a brilliant agent and great PR team.
My only surprise is that he agreed to pick another job so soon. Thought he would need time to mull things over. But not that surprised that he landed a job. Even Moyes landed job after job after the United debacle. He got the Sociedad job, got sacked and did not have to wait much to land the Sunderland job, got them relegated and in few months had landed the West Ham job