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Thread: Should TOP Eleven Replace Mourinho as cover star?

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    Should TOP Eleven Replace Mourinho as cover star?

    Yes you can argue he still possess star values, but ever since Chelsea sacked him he has been poor as a manager. As a Man United manager he won nothing spectacular (Do not count Europa League, that was nothing more than their ticket to CL) then got sacked for making the dressing room toxic. Then took over former CL finalists and drag them down to Europa League, and turn one of the best exciting football side into dull pragmatists.

    He's finished at Top level. TOP Eleven It's time.....
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    Who would you replace him with? Bear in mind that the replacement would have to agree to have his name used in a mobile football manager game and the terms would have to be agreeable.
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    Or at least change his team formation because he is not playing 4-5v-1 with tottenham

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    Quote Originally Posted by tomu741 View Post
    Or at least change his team formation because he is not playing 4-5v-1 with tottenham
    Yes, his current favourite is close to 4-2-4-0, or sometimes could be 5-2-3-0.
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    Mourinho should consider sacking nordeus ASAP. If I were on his place, I would be ashamed to be an affiliate to such a company and such a crappy money-milking game.
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    Hmmm i would keep him. He remains one of the most outspoken and media friendly (Attention seeking) managers out there. And he doesn’t mince his words which makes him real and fun to watch imo. Rather him than some boring diplomatic bloke. He didnt do too bad at Man Utd In comparison to what everyone else achieved since Ferguson left as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1311 View Post
    Who would you replace him with? Bear in mind that the replacement would have to agree to have his name used in a mobile football manager game and the terms would have to be agreeable.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Campleo View Post
    Yes you can argue he still possess star values, but ever since Chelsea sacked him he has been poor as a manager. As a Man United manager he won nothing spectacular (Do not count Europa League, that was nothing more than their ticket to CL) then got sacked for making the dressing room toxic. Then took over former CL finalists and drag them down to Europa League, and turn one of the best exciting football side into dull pragmatists.

    He's finished at Top level. TOP Eleven It's time.....
    Lol You must be new in football. He is the first modern manager who's started combining the tactical strategy and effective communication with media in the world.