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Mourinho vows not to bow to pressure




Embattled Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has vowed not to resign but stay and fight to the end.

The Portuguese manager has been under pressure to quit the job as United Boss owing to the bad results and the crisis at the team.

Some players reported to be unhappy with the former Chelsea boss and would be happy to see him leave the Old Trafford.

It would also be recalled that United legend Paul Scholes stated that he is surprised to see the embattled manager remain at the club as he expects him to quit.

This is sad news to his haters as the self-proclaimed ‘Special One’ has made it clear that he is staying and would fight to the end.

Mourinho believes he still has all it takes to turn things around at the club despite the seemingly difficult situation around him.

The Portuguese manager has a record of walking away from jobs, recalling how he stepped down in 2007 as Chelsea manager.

He currently has a contract with United until 2020, hence he will be the major beneficiary if he is asked to leave as he would be paid off.

United’s hope of a title win this season is slim owing to their slow start of the season.

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