An excellent gesture from Jose Mourinho

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  1. Rivron these are small those cows are far away

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    I personally love the special one. If we ever get the chance to sign him as manager we have to do it. Pure class.
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    That really is class.
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    I think his first job was under Sir Bob as a translator.
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    different class , love him to bits, old school
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    It would be a miracle if we ever got that chance!

    The Special One <3
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    I've liked Mourinho ever since Jol's side beat Chelski 2-1 and he congratulated us. Apart from the bus in front of the goal comment, he's always said good things about Spurs so I'd welcome him as the next manager if he ever wanted to come back. However, particularly against Barcelona, he sends his sides out to kick them off the pitch and play some shocking stuff, blaming the match on the refs etc. and generally being a cnut. Nevertheless, despite some of the bad examples he sets, he's a clever guy and generally puts the spotlight on himself so that it takes it off the team.

    Definitely not an angel, but an excellent manager capable of a class act or two.

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