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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho held back by stewards after wild Chelsea celebrations

Daily Record Saturday, 20 October 2018
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho held back by stewards after wild Chelsea celebrationsThe incident happened in the final seconds of the 2-2 thriller at Stamford Bridge.
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Manchester United Jose Mourinho rejects calls to see Chelsea coach Marco Ianni sacked for sparking a touchline melee when the two sides met at the weekend.

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