Jose Mourinho Pens New Deal With Real Madrid, Aston Villa’s Search Continues

Alan Duffy

22nd, May 2012


By Alan Duffy

Fans of Chelsea, Liverpool and er, Aston Villa (maybe), will all no doubt be disappointed by the news that Mr. Special One has decided to stay with La Liga champs Real Madrid for another four years by way of signing a two-year contract extension up until 2016.

The former Blues’ boss has once again struck trophies, this time with Los Merengues, who beat Barcelona to their first La Liga title in four seasons.  While rumours were linking him with a move away from the Bernabeu and possibly even back to Stamford Bridge, the smooth Portuguese schemer has decided to stay put in Spain, and who can blame him?

Expect the Madrid giants to make a concerted assault on the Champions League next year.

Posted in La Liga, Managers, Real Madrid

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  1. Big Al says:

    If he wanted a ‘Real’ challenge, he should have taken the Villa job.

  2. tonys says:

    @Big Al – He’s not a miracle worker

  3. jock says:

    @tonys No manager is claiming to be a miracle worker these days!

  4. garza says:

    Good for him and for Real Madrid. But I think he’s still just waiting for Sir Fergie to hand Man U over to him. They won’t have a problem buying him out of his contract.

  5. Marvin says:

    Aston Villa shouldn’t have gone for him anyway, they need AVB.
    Mancini have “Roberto ManCity”
    Arsene have “Arsenal Winger”
    surely the Aston Villas Boas should be “Andre Villa Boss”

  6. Stewps says:

    Marvin – that is actually the most sensible thing I’ve heard in a long time – I like your thinking. Until they find someone called Anton Vanilla they will have to stick with courting AVB.

  7. Real.m is d best in d wld i wish real.m win any title this comming seasone i wish cr7 become 2012 uero and wld bst player in d helf us god.amin

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