The end of an era – the beginning of another. TIME UP Jose Mourinho


Mourinho, Manchester United, Football, Free kick, Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldinho, Seedorf, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo

A new era beyond Jose Mourinho
            Football historiography had recorded a lot of outstanding performances from the players and the coaching crew since inception. Some players are angelic in nature while their impact can be scuppered or enhanced by the management of the team – particularly the head coach through strategies et tactics.
            As earlier enunciated, great players has manifested from different nationality repping their nation and one or more clubsides in their life time (Great Pele of Brazil, Maradona with the hands of GOD, Figo of Real Madrid, Ronaldo Delima the BEAST before every keeper, Clarence Seedorf of FRANCE, Zinedine Zidane the Commander on the pitch, Xavi Hernandez the passer, Ronaldinho the Free-kick Specialist, Andrea Pirlo the ITALIAN magician and lots more aside the hot cakes of this century “Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo”.
            Nonetheless, the world had also seen specular football managers who gained popularity due to their tactics, timely decision, line – ups and mind games. Memories of great football managers lingers on and on (Sir Alex Ferguson, Carlo Ancelotti, Frank Rijkaard, Jose Mourinho, Benitez, Dunga, Del Bosque, Pep Guardiola of 21st century. Some great coaches had throw-in-the-towel leaving the world devastated with no other choice other than to move on. The likes of Sir Alex Ferguson, Evergreen Del Bosque of Spain  are retirees from the game with lot of achievements while some of these great coaches are still performing and other underperforming – giving the world a doubt of their potentials.
            However, the difference between the performing and the otherwise is the tactics used in a drastic changing football atmosphere. To Albert Einstein, insanity is when you do same thing repeatedly and expect a different result. Although, Jose Mourinho had replicated successes in football from across the world (Spain, Italy, England and Portugal) but time had caught up with him for lack of tactics update.
             In short, his flaws at Real Madrid and Chelsea recently had left him some stains in his football career – players rift, management rift, media rift, opponent rift (coaches et players). Am quite sure, some football guru would have seen the end of this special one’s era while some football lovers feel ill-luck and player rift has the major cause of poor winning streak.
            Besides, his return to England after the second coming of Chelsea was filled with high expectations due to the team he returned to (MANCHESTER UNITED) without leaving out their magnificent history under the watch of former foe SIR ALEX FERGUSON, quality of players at his disposal (young, experienced, most sort after stars). 
Why do you still surfer in the hands of other team amidst the potentials?
Have you lost the football magic?
Don’t let us feel you incompetence.
Sincerely, football as really gone past the days of the old – this is why coaching crew needs to be as sound as their players
Manchester United fans needs urgent answers to the aforementioned.



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Realities of Today Blog: A Nigerian Initiative for Enlightenment: The end of an era – the beginning of another. TIME UP Jose Mourinho
The end of an era – the beginning of another. TIME UP Jose Mourinho
Mourinho, Manchester United, Football, Free kick, Zinedine Zidane, Ronaldinho, Seedorf, Lionel Messi, Cristiano Ronaldo
Realities of Today Blog: A Nigerian Initiative for Enlightenment
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