Manchester United Sack Mourihno as Manager

Zidane, Simeone And Pochettino tipped to take over

By Emmanuel Beng in Buea.

Manchester United have sacked Jose Mourinho after an unimpressive start of the premier league this season. United totals 26 points after their first 17 Premier League games, their worst debut of a season since 1990-91. They are 11 points  away from the top four currently occupied by Liverpool, Manchester City, Totten ham Hotspur and  Chelsea.

The 55 year old Portuguese tactician took over the management of the club  in May 2016 and led United to a League Cup and Europa League titles.

According to BBC, Jose Mourinho’s sacking comes after a fall-out with £89m record signing Paul Pogba, who was an unused substitute for the defeat at Anfield on Sunday 1-3. Reports suggest that United will carry out a recruitment process for a full time manager meanwhile a caretaker manager will be in charge between now until the end of the season.

BBC sport website reports that the club hope to appoint a caretaker-manager before they face Cardiff City on 22 December but it will not be assistant manager Michael Carrick or academy boss Nicky Butt. Following his report, speculations have arrived fever heights on the question of who will stir activities at Old Trafford.


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