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So we have three of the best managers in the world and there are going to be fireworks, you can be sure of that.​
  • Mourinho has a point to prove he's a wounded animal and will want to show that last season was a blip on his otherwise impeccable managerial record​
  • Guardiola Another one who needs to transform and rebuild a squad. Will he get caught out with the hustle and bustle of the premier league?​
  • Klopp Needs to show improvement at Liverpool and challenge for the title. There will be more expectations on him this season (and more eyes). The club will want success especially with the new stand on the way.​
Personally I'm really looking forward to this and in my opinion (totally unbiased) is that Jose edges this. He's been there and done it, with different squads in different leagues. Lets see how the season pans out between these 3 for tactics, transfers and mind games. Cant fucking wait, buckle up.​
Surely there's going to be a huge tug of war again this summer with DeGea. So far we've really only had two pieces of news that have been reported upon. 1) A bit of a nothing story by MEN saying DeGea is happy to stay on at United under Jose and that Mendes being his agent will be a significant element in his deciiion. http://www.manchestereveningnews.co...ansfer-news/man-utd-transfers-de-gea-11378841 2) Perez has been mouthing about DeGea again saying.... "I am not the one who has to decide," he said to Marca when asked whether Navas' impressive campaign closes the door to De Gea. "I would say it is very difficult to manage two great players in that position," he added. http://www.ibtimes.co.uk/real-madri...-summer-moves-david-de-gea-paul-pogba-1562939 The article also says that AS recently reported that last summer the keeper and United included a €50m (£38.1m, $55.8m) release clause in his contract to facilitate the move to the Santiago Bernabeu – although it will expire on 15 June.
Already come out with some classics in his presser. Be interesting to see how this season develops with him at Celtic and also Rangers back. @RajahRar your hero is back in work.​