Michael Carrick Makes Switch To Coaching Role At Old Trafford

Michael Carrick

Michael Carrick

Chelsea FC won the Premier League title with two games to spare last season in Conte's debut campaign in charge.

The Northern Irishman, 32, is an ambitious coach and has been earmarked for a promotion this summer as Mourinho looks to reshape his staff after Faria's surprise departure. If Liverpool now win the European Cup and Chelsea beat United in the FA Cup final, to be honest I might go travelling for a year to somewhere where there's no Wi-Fi or phone signal.

The Portuguese ends a 17-year association with his assistant as the talented coach is all set to join a major club as a first team coach.

The 36-year-old former England midfielder ended his playing career against Watford on Sunday after 12 seasons and 464 appearances for United. "It is not every day you get to play in one of them".

"I'm going to have assistant coaches, I'm going to have fitness coaches, and a structure where they have specialists in different areas connected to the performance".

"It was an unbelievable reception when I came off", Carrick said of Sunday's match.

"It means we are moving in the right direction".


"I'm there to give my opinion".

'It is minimize clear and I can transfer on and focus exclusively on the opposite facet. "We just want to get it right this time".

"The final chance to cut the cloth clean".

Therefore the FA Cup represents their only chance at getting their hands on silverware for the second successive season under Antonio Conte and Jose Mourinho.

Jones will not know until the day of the game whether he will start against Olivier Giroud or Alvaro Morata, and said he faced a nervous wait.

While it was a good season for the Red Devils, they still managed to finish an incredible 19 points behind behind their Manchester rivals, who broke all sorts of records to clinch their fifth league title. "But it is an FA Cup final".

'Just because I was a half-decent player it doesn't guarantee you're going to be a success in whatever you do. "I'm kind of more excited about the future then looking back and being sad that it's over".

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