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ancelled plans to fly to London because he did not want his trip to heighten speculation about his【六与合开彩 】 【何仙姑中特新版跑狗图 】future. Mourinho is on the FAs shortlist along【王中王63307 】 with Fabio Capello, Mar【欲钱喜怒无常打一生肖 】cello Lippi, Jurgen Klinsmann and Martin ONeill. The FA have made contact with advisers to all the candidates, including Mourinhos adviser 【2020第120期新版跑狗图 】Jorge Mendes with the FA wishing to make sure they are not being used to generate interest from the likes of Madrid【彩霸王萍果大刀砍杀今 】 and 【另版潮汕赌经 】AC Milan. The FA have yet to finalise any formal talks with any candidates, although chief executive Brian Barwick wan【金多宝论坛四肖期期中 】ts a manager in【2020年092期最新版跑狗图 】 place by Christmas. Although Mourinho remains the【2020年三中三不改料 】 bookies favourite, there appears【506099一肖一码2016 】 to be a move towards Lippi, who guided Italy to their 2006 World Cup triumph and is a 【2020手机开奖记录历史 】close friend of Sir Alex Ferguson. Capello, too, whose English is understood to be better than has been suggested, has strong supporters, and a weal【正版创富四不像彩图 】th of experience, with both Italians likely to b【两肖中特准 】e more easy for the FA to handle than the mercurial Mourinho. Barwick and his lieutenant, the

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