Mourinho pockets £22.5m severance pay

By Daily Sports on December 19, 2018

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Sacked Manchester United coach, Jose Mourinho is leaving the club in the doldrums, sixth on the premier league table, but he is leaving with a bulging pocket.

According to British media reports, United will have to pay £22.5 million ($28 million) — as the club are still in the Champions League — to sever the ties with the 55-year-old Portuguese.

Mourinho, who had coached Chelsea, Porto, Real Madrid is the third coach to be fired at Old since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013 after 27 years in charge.

The job has been a most difficult one since then.

Mourinho, in his third season, was sacked as the great club languished in sixth in the Premier League, a massive 19 points behind rivals and leaders Liverpool.

Mourinho’s last duty was humiliating as the club suffered a 3-1 drubbing by Premier League league leaders Liverpool on Sunday.

His downfall was predictably accurate after the match as the club owners got tired with his excuses. (NAN)

•Photo shows Jose Mourinho

Source Daily Sports

Posted December 19, 2018


 

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