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Jose Mourinho sends Chelsea fans a parting message as he is unveiled as Manchester United’s new manager.

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Jose Wrinho sends Chelsea fans a parting message as he is

unveiled as Manchester United’s new manager.

 

 

The Special One has replaced Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford after

finding himself out of work following his sacking by the Blues in

December

 

Jose Mourinho declared he has joined the Premier League’s

biggest club after becoming Manchester United manager – but he

admits Chelsea will always have a place in his heart.

The Special One has replaced Louis van Gaal at Old Trafford after

finding himself out of work following his sacking by Chelsea in

December.

Mourinho built up a special relationship with the Blues after leading

the club to titles in two separate spells as boss.

Both stints have ended badly, with Mourinho given his marching

orders by Roman Abramovich just before Christmas and replaced

by Guus Hiddink.

He is now preparing to take on incoming Chelsea chief Antonio

Conte in the Premier League next term.

Mourinho is scheduled to return to Stamford Bridge with

Manchester United on October 22 and it is sure to be an emotional

occasion.

 

 

The Special One had some kind words for his former club at his Old

Trafford unveiling on Tuesday lunchtime after admitting his

Chelsea reign quickly became a disaster.

He declared: “I have respect for all clubs, especially one that was

my house for seven years.

“I share so many incredible memories with their fans but I have to

say I am manager of the biggest club in the UK.

“The other two times I was arriving in the country – this was

different. I was sacked by Chelsea but I stayed in the country.

“This is nothing new for me. It’s difficult to find the right words to

describe this club. I don’t like the term ‘The Dream Job’ – this is my

reality.

“The other one is that it’s what everyone wants and not many

[managers] have the chance to have it. But I have it.

“This doesn’t make me nervous. This comes in the right moment in

my career. I feel prepared and stable and have great motivation.

“I am where I want to be. I want to be here, in this country, in the

Premier League.

“I was in trouble for the last five months [at Chelsea ]: the first

month was fine, the second month was not so good and after the

second month it was a disaster.”

Mourinho got down to business at Manchester United’s training

complex on Monday as he started his new job in earnest.

The Portuguese is gearing up for his first season in charge of the

Red Devils and is leaving nothing to chance as he spent 10 hours

planning at Carrington.

Mourinho arrived back at The Lowry Hotel in the centre of

Manchester on last night after a long day at the office to prepare

for today’s media conference.

He is currently living at the plush five-star hotel as he and his

family continue to search for a house in the area.

 

 

 

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