The day Mourinho was able to coach Liverpool

first_img“We heard he was a huge Liverpool fan when he was a kid” The truth is that the Spanish entrendor was the one that ended up arriving in Anfield. “I think the feeling of the club and some players was that José Mourinho could not be a Liverpool coach because of the way he performed. The way he ran down the wing at Old Trafford (when Porto knocked out United in the Champions League) was great but It would have been difficult and difficult for him to manage Liverpool. In the end Benítez was a more reserved technician, “said Carragher in Sky Sports Football Podcast.He even stated that he does not know whether or not Mourinho wanted to go to Liverpool instead of Chelsea, but he did know that several Liverpool players knew Mourinho’s preferences at the time: “Whether he wanted to or not, at the time, I don’t know, but we hear that He was a huge Liverpool fan when he was a kid. So I don’t know if Roman Abramovic’s millions hadn’t crossed paths, history would have been different. “Carragher was then a fundamental pillar in the Champions League final that Liverpool played with Benítez. And Mourinho started his great story in England… in Chelsea colors. Carragher has told, that in 2004 when Gérard Houllier he stopped being the ‘red’ coach, in the English team they interviewed several technicians: “Rick Parry (executive director) had interviewed Rafa Benítez at some point. And it kept some players informed of the options out there. Then he also mentioned José Mourinho. We knew much more about Rafa Benítez because he had won the Spanish league. “ Carragher Jamie Carragher He has played more than 500 games in Premier League with the Liverpool and it is one of the most authoritative voices when it comes to talking about the set of Merseyside. Now in his new role as analyst of Sky Sport has revealed one of the situations that could have changed the recent history of the Premier: when Mourinho was close to being Liverpool coach.last_img read more

Teens struck by car near carnival in Davie die

first_imgDAVIE, FLA. (WSVN) – Two teenage girls who were struck by a car last week while crossing the street near a carnival held in Davie have died, officials said.According to Davie Police, 15-year-old Alicia Cerrato and 14-year-old Andrea De Las Salas were heading to the St. Bonaventure Family Festival, along Southwest 136th Avenue, near Western High School, when they were hit by a dark gray Dodge Neon, Friday, at around 5 p.m.Paramedics transported the young victims to Broward Health Medical Center, where they were placed in intensive care.Hospital officials confirmed De Las Salas was pronounced dead at 11 a.m. on Wednesday. Meanwhile, Cerrato was transferred to the University of Miami Hospital to have her organs harvested.Police believe the teens tried to cross the street outside the designated crosswalk. “These girls were running from east to west towards the carnival, and it’s possible they ran out in front of this vehicle,” said Davie Police Sgt. Mark Leone.Officials identified the driver as 18-year-old Daniel Corugedo, a Davie resident. Investigators said the driver was not at fault and will not face any charges.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more