When losing your job makes you earn more $$ – Jose Mourinho
Manchester United cost the club nothing but a whopping £19.6 million” use_theme_fonts=”yes”][vc_column_text]It has recently been announced that Jose Mourinho’s departure from Manchester United cost the club nothing but a whopping £19.6 million. After this news, UK Government has announced that this will be applied on a national level. Needless say that such news was well received by workers across the UK, making it more difficult for PM Theresa May for Brexit. Now more than ever, more EU and non-EU workers are eager to fly to the UK so that they can benefit from being sacked at work, let’s face it, who wouldn’t?! ????????????
If losing a job was a rattle, this will change in the years to come. It had to be Mourinho to start making this shift in mentality.
Back to Jose Mourinho. The release of United’s latest financial results on Thursday revealed that Mourinho was paid £15m and the five members of his backroom team £4.6m when they were sacked back in December.
Mourinho was paid £15m and the five members of his backroom team £4.6m when they were sacked back in December.
Mourinho and his staff also received a grand total of £23.1m when dismissed by Chelsea for the first time in 2007 and a further £8.3m when they left Stamford Bridge in 2015.
Not too bad for a lay-off! Not bad at all! J
The Portuguese manager has since boosted his earning with TV appearances on beIN Sport and will be now fronting a new fortnightly football show on RT for the remainder of the season.
We have all seen the memes and read the numerous articles and posts mocking Jose Mournho since the beginning of the season. But as it goes, “Who laughs last, laughs best” and in this case Jose is certainly cracking a couple of laughs of his own.
Who’s laughing know huh? ????