Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho his revealed plans on his next assistant manager following his right-hand Rui Faria exit.

Faria, who has been working with Mourinho since 2001 during his time at Uniao Leiria, has announced last week that he will leave United this summer.

A great gesture from Mourinho!! After his Friend and Colleague, Rui Ferreira’s departure from his coaching staff, being together for 17 long years, Jose has decided that there won’t be any Assistant Manager at the club next season. Instead he’ll be having specific coaches to help him out in different areas of the game. And has also said that Michael Carrick will be the Assistant Manager once he gets his coaching badges!!! What do you think of this move by Jose Mourinho?? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . #alexis#manchesterunited#manunited#mufc#manutd#pogba#zlatan#epl#degea#premierleague#mourinho#championsleague#lukaku#lingard#ferguson#martial#rashford#shaw#mata#jose#josemourinho#jones#matic#herrera#valencia#young#utdarena

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United boss Mourinho has recently said that veteran Michael Carrick will be having a room in his coaching staff since next season.

Carrick, who played the last game of his career on Sunday against Watford, has announced that he will hang his boots at the end of the season.

“I will organise my coaching staff in a way where the assistant manager figure doesn’t exist,” Mourinho said.

“I am going to have assistant coaches, I am going to have fitness coaches and a structure where they are specialists in different areas connected to the performance, and I’m not going to have an assistant managing in the sense of the word.”

“The particular reason is I think it will be Michael Carrick in the future when he has his badges, pro-licence, when he makes the bridge between being a player to [an] assistant. Because people think it is just like one day I’m a player and the next I’m a coach. It is not like that.”

“I have nobody in the world of football ready to be my assistant manager. So I prefer to educate people to structure my staff in a way where there is education and improvement. I am going to improve my staff in the performance level and in relation to the tactical work. I am going to bring some people that until this moment have not come with me yet.”

Mourinho has managed to win EFL Cup, FA Community Shield and UEFA Europa League with United since joining in 2016.

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