I’m the best behaved manager, claims Manchester United’s José Mourinho

Guardian

• There should be an award for touchline conduct, says Portuguese• ‘I prepare myself for each game and make an effort to stay calm’José Mourinho aims to follow up his remarks about rival managers behaving like clowns on the touchline by presenting himself as a paragon of virtue for the rest of the season. The Manchester United manager has even suggested there should be an award for good behaviour in the dugout area and put himself forward as a likely winner.“I am fully committed to win the award this season of the best behaved manager on the touchline,” Mourinho said before Sunday’s visit to Newcastle United, where he has yet to record a Premier League win with either Chelsea or his present club. “I am serious. There are so many awards nowadays, they should give one to the guy that behaves best on the touchline. Related: Jesse Lingard: is...

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