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Manchester United's $35 million decision to sack Jose Mourinho

The Age Thursday, 14 February 2019
Manchester United's $35 million decision to sack Jose MourinhoThe Premier League giants have released their financial figures, including the full cost of their decision to sever ties with the Portuguese manager.
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