After months of wait, thousands of news articles and millions of prayers from the Manchester United faithful, Manchester United announced Jose Mourinho as their new manager on Friday.
In addition to having a positive impact on the New York Stock Exchange’ shares of the club, this news has sent ripples through their rival clubs that Manchester United mean business yet again.
Before him, after the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson after what seemed like an eternity, the Red Devils’ higher ups went both ways in their search of a palatable successor to the Scot.
First, they went for the relatively low lying David Moyes, the result was a huge disaster. Afterward, they went for the highly experienced Louis Van Gaal and the result was the same – bar 250 Million Pounds and a FA Cup trophy.
However, as they say that better late than never, this decision is expected to pay dividends for the Red Devils in years to come.
Here is how the Twitter Reacted …
First of all, a sight that would definitely bring delight and pain for the Manchester United and Chelsea fans respectively …
— Manchester United (@ManUtdUpdates_) May 27, 2016
Beware Jurgen Klopp …
Jose Mourinho has enjoyed more success against Liverpool than any other club in the league, losing just twice in 12 games (W8, D2, L2).
— Rahul Singh (@forevruntd) May 24, 2016
Lot of reasons for Manchester United fans to be happy about this appointment …
José Mourinho's Premier League managerial record:
Win rate: 65%
Titles: 3 pic.twitter.com/lXAjo0IiaE
— Squawka Football (@Squawka) May 27, 2016
His son might not be a Red Devil, but even he couldn’t hold himself of tweeting this
Mourinho is a Red Devil 👹❤️ pic.twitter.com/RtNI709lAd
— José Mourinho Jr. (@FFC_JM) May 27, 2016
Chelsea fans won’t be happy to see this …
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) May 27, 2016
For those of you who don’t know it, Mourinho is on Instagram …
Jose Mourinho’s first Instagram post was pretty 🔥
(📷 Instagram/josemourinho) pic.twitter.com/K3mK1FdHQ2
— Bleacher Report UK (@br_uk) May 27, 2016
Lastly, if you don’t feel optimistic about the next season even after seeing this tweet, you never will be …
Premier League Managers next season. What a time to be alive … pic.twitter.com/rvGKa0qBVB
— Amir Bashir (@Amir__Bashir) May 27, 2016