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Wednesday night sees Jose Mourinho return to the dugouts at Old Trafford for the first time since he was sacked by Manchester United just shy of a year ago. Critics would say that his time at United wasn’t the most glorious period of his career, but during the two and a half years he was in charge he won the EFL Cup and the Europa League, finished second in the Premier League, and reached an FA Cup Final - “successes” that he probably won’t be shy to point out to anyone who dares question his brilliance.
Having said all that, since his appointment at Tottenham a few weeks ago, the world has seen the best side of Mourinho - the self-confidence that we’ve come to know since his arrival in England 15 years ago is still there, but perhaps without the arrogance and frostiness that seemed to mark his time at Old Trafford.
Three games into his latest post at Tottenham, with three wins under his belt, he’ll be confident of getting a positive result at Manchester United, and heaping yet more pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, ahead of their weekend trip across the city to face Manchester City.
If you fancy a last minute trip to welcome Jose back to Old Trafford, we have a range of hospitality packages available, just go to www.circuithospitality.com or give us a call on 01454 201210 and we’ll talk you through the options.
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