Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Our Captain will start the last game at Old Trafford - Jose Mourinho

Michael Carrick will start Manchester United final game of the season at Old Trafford confirmed Jose Mourinho.

Carrick will take up a coaching role in United when he retired at the end the end of the season. Michael Carrick has been in Manchester United for 12 years and the match against Watford will be his last for the club before he takes up his role as a coach.

'He will start the last match, Old Trafford, last match of the Premier League, our captain in front of our fans, he will start the match against Watford,' Mourinho said

'The most important quality is to be a man M-A-N, capitals.'

'A proper man and football is not full of them and not just football, society is not full of them.'

'So when you find one of them you have to value and you have to keep and in this case is not about me, is about the club, the club had him for great many years playing football and now when his body says is enough the club and myself will want to keep the man.'

'Of course, he has qualities that we believe can make him a good coach and there are many ways to do the bridge between player and coaching staff, there are many ways to do it.'

'Some guys prefer to have a couple of years to study or go to youth football, in this case, we decided the bridge could be that bridge, to change shirts and dressing rooms and offices and to stop being a player and become an assistant.'

'I give my assistants very good conditions for their evolution and I think Michael can be very positive for us.'

Manchester United will greatly miss Michael Carrick when he finally retires at the end of the season.

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