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Mourinho Ibrahimovic Easy To Manage Wants To Win - RealGM Wiretap

Zlatan Ibrahimovic and José Mourinho spent one season working together at Inter Milan nike roshe run nederland kopen , winning Serie A in 08-09.

The two will be matched in the Champions League with Paris Saint-Germain and Chelsea respectively.

Ibrahimovic had an infamous falling out with Pep Guardiola at Barcelona, which Mourinho doesn't understand.

“Easy, easy. I don’t understand when people say he is a difficult guy to work with or a difficult personality.

“A difficult personality [is] when you have to work with people who don’t want to win or don’t want to improve. When you have somebody that is a winner and wants to win all the time and wants to be the best and is not afraid of the big responsibilities, I think he is very, very easy.

“I only coached him for a year but it was a good year, a good experience and I rate him as one of the best players I have ever coached.”

Jeter Decreases Rehab Workload Return Not Close - RealGM Wiretap

Yankees shortstop Derek Jeter is not close to appearing in rehab games as his workload has been decreased.

Jeter is working his way back from a broken ankle.

The Yankees have said when Jeter is finally ready to play in games, he will need close to a full spring training before he will be prepared to return to the majors.

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