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Mourinho meets Sir Bobby on first visit to United's training centre

Mourinho with Sir Bobby and United's executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward. Credit: Manchester United

New Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has wasted no time in making his first visit to the club's Aon training complex.

Mourinho was given a tour of the centre by executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward and met United legend Sir Bobby Charlton.

Afterwards his wife Matilde tweeted an image of Jose holding a United carrier bag - perhaps after a visit to the club shop!

Jose Mourinho and Ed Woodward. Credit: Manchester United

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Glimpse into Mourinho's world on day he signs for United

Jose Mourinho's wife gave the world a look inside the Special One's office which shows a portrait of himself hanging on the wall and a Manchester United shirt draped over a chair.

The 53-year-old Portuguese boss showed how happy he is about his new post by sharing an Instagram picture for the first time ever. The post shows a posh red pen sitting neatly on a Manchester United service agreement.

The posts come after it was confirmed this morning the he was indeed taking over as the new manager of Manchester United.

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José Mourinho to manager Soccer Aid's rest of the world squad v England

Chelsea Manager José Mourinho Credit: AA / TT/TT News Agency/Press Association Images

Chelsea manager José Mourinho is to manage the Rest of the World squad as they take on England in Soccer Aid 2014 at Old Trafford.

The sporting event, in aid of UNICEF and the brainchild of Robbie Williams takes place on Sunday 8th June and will broadcast live on ITV.

José Mourinho said,

"I'm looking forward to beating Robbie Williams and Big Sam’s England team and raising money for UNICEF".

Robbie Williams Credit: PA

UNICEF UK Ambassador Robbie Williams will lead the England team with Welsh movie star Michael Sheen returning to captain The Rest of the World.

England's squad will star Homeland’s Damian Lewis, Olly Murs, John Bishop, Jonathan Wilkes and Doctor Who’s Matt Smith.

Michael Sheen’s Rest of the World squad includes Scottish actor James McAvoy, chef Gordon Ramsay alongside Westlife’s Nicky Byrne, and comedian Patrick Kielty.

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