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PREMIER LEAGUE! Antonio Conte Gives One Condition To Replace Mourinho At Man United (See)

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Former Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte, is interested in taking charge of Manchester United at the end of the season, only on a permanent basis, the UK Sun reports.

The Red Devils sacked Jose Mourinho on Tuesday and immediately began looking around for an interim manager, a role Conte is not keen on.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was eventually put in charge for the remainder of the campaign.

United will now conduct a search for a permanent boss, but the club view Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino as their “ideal” candidate.

Pochettino, though, is in two minds about leaving Spurs and United will need a decision before the season finishes, in order to ensure their man is in place in time.

Conte left Chelsea at the end of last season after the Blues beat United 1-0 in the FA Cup final at Wembley.

The Italian guided Chelsea to the Premier League title during his first season in charge and Conte is still dividing his time between London and his homeland, Italy.

Conte also turned down the chance to take charge of Real Madrid on a temporary basis, following Julen Lopetegui’s sack.

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“Jose Mourinho Ruined My Real Madrid Career” – Kaka

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The Brazilian failed to hold down a regular spot in the Blancos starting XI, with the Portuguese preferring Mesut Ozil to him in the lineup.

Former Brazil star Kaka claims that Jose Mourinho is partly responsible for his disappointing spell at Real Madrid.

The Ballon d’Or winner joined Madrid from AC Milan in 2009, becoming the second most expensive player ever, but saw injury problems blight his stay at the Santiago Bernabeu.

When he regained fitness, Mourinho had taken over as head coach and often left Kaka out of the starting XI.

Kaka believes a combination of the two factors ruined his chance of becoming a star for Real, with Mourinho preferring Mesut Ozil to him in attacking midfield.

“The problem in Madrid was continuity,” Kaka told SporTV. “First, it was because of the injuries. The first year I had a hip problem. I pushed to reach the World Cup and then I had an adductor injury.

“After the Cup I have a knee operation and I’m out for six months. And when I return I have Mourinho. My problem in Madrid was continuity.

“First for the physical issue and then for the choice of the coach. I spent three years trying to convince Mourinho that he could give me opportunities. But it was his choice, it was beyond my reach.”

Despite the disagreements between the two during their time in Madrid, Kaka says that he has forgiven Mourinho and understands why he left him out of the lineup.

“There is no problem between us.

“I was in Manchester for a sponsorship gig and I stayed at the hotel where Mourinho lived and we talked for two hours.

“At some point we had a misunderstanding because I believed that I had to play and he believed that I did not. But they were respectful disagreements.

“I never rebelled and told him ‘I’m leaving here’, nor did I go before the press to complain. I told him: ‘It’s your choice, but I think you could have other options because I think I should have a chance to play. Now, you must choose.’

“He had no arguments. He told me he was not going to play because the position was for Ozil. I thought I could contribute.

“Mourinho is really what you see in the cameras. He has his explosive moments, but he’s a very smart guy. What people see at press conferences is all prepared and planned and knows exactly what they are going to say. The problem I had with him was because of his choices. I thought he was wrong. But the team worked. We won a ;eague and we reached the Champions League semi-finals.”

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BREAKING! Flying Eagles Coach, Paul Aigbogun, Arrested In London

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Flying Eagles coach, Paul Aigbogun, could be in hot water with his employers, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF), following his arrest by the London Police for public disturbance.

Aigbogun, who lives in North West London, was arrested by the London Police outside a woman’s house at 6am on Friday, December 28 on charges of domestic violence and being five times over the legal alcohol limit.

Report has it that the former Warri Wolves manager has family in North West London and lives there usually when he’s not on national assignment.

It is understood that Aigbogun went around the woman’s house uninvited very late at night, drunk, and bangs in the door screaming her name for hours until she is forced to open up.

Prior to his arrest, the neighborhood Watch were aware of the situation and they were concerned about hearing the woman scream so often.

The Flying Eagles coach has been labelled an alcoholic and abusive man who is not fit to be a role model and shouldn’t be around young players.

Aigbogun previously worked for Enyimba.

 

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EPL: What Pogba said after Manchester United’s 4-1 win over Bournemouth

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Manchester United midfielder, Paul Pogba, has spoken on his side’s 4-1 victory over Bournemouth on Sunday in the Premier League fixture.

Goals from Paul Pogba (2), Marcus Rashford (1) and Romelu Lukaku (1) gave Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s men all three points against Bournemouth at Old Trafford.

However, Nathan Ake did score for the visitors.

 

 

Pogba, in an interview with Sky Sports after the game, said the Red Devils needed the win against Bournemouth.

The France international, however, admitted that United still have a long way to go in the Premier League this term.

“We needed the win and we had a great performance as well,” Pogba said.

“We are coming back, and there is still a long way to go, but to finish the year like that is beautiful.”

Man United will now tackle Newcastle on Wednesday in their next Premier League fixture.

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