Following Manchester United’s impressive, professional display (for the first hour at least) against Everton in the Premier League this weekend, our Manchester Referendum came to a close, and the decision was made by football fans everywhere as to whether Red Devils manager Jose Mourinho should Remain in his position or Leave,
On a day when goals by Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial highlighted a very stellar performance from the 13-time Premier League champions that may have just saved Mourinho’s job, this was reflected by the majority of Manchester United fans voting electing to have Mou remain as United boss.
53% of Manchester United fans have made the choice to keep Mourinho as the man to lead Manchester United for the foreseeable future.
By midnight the total tally of voters had incredibly sailed well past the 50,000 mark with the Remain vote unanimous across the board; 60% of non-United fans comprehensively decided Mourinho should stay.
United’s quite quick, slick, and determined performance was reflected by another voting turnout deluge, with smiles exiting the Theatre of Dreams reflected in the bigger push by voters to show that Mourinho is their Man.
The pedigree of Mourinho is unquestionable. The 55-year-old can legitimately boast as to being the most successful manager in football currently plying his trade,
17 trophies that are have been accumulated through three Premier League titles, back-to-back Scudettos, a pair of Primeira Ligas, and a Spanish La Liga thrown in for good measure. That’s not to mention the brace of Champions Leagues and Europas he’s won over the years.
Once again, The Sportsman thanks you - whoever you are - for participating, with the success of our Manchester Referendum overwhelming.
Now the ultimate question remains; what further glory can Mourinho bring to the most successful team in England?