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The 'Ogas at the top' at Manchester United have taken a huge step in displaying their happiness with José 'Uchenna' Mourinho, as they have rewarded him with a new contract, which will see him stay at the club until at least 2020, with the option to extend for one more year.

The Portuguese gaffer signed for Manchester United in 2016, taking over from 'Oga Philosophy', Louis Van Gaal who was sacked from the club despite sealing United's last FA Cup win.

José followed up his appointment by winning 3 trophies (bad 'bele' people will say community shield is only a plate, not a cup but 'no wahala') in his first season for the club. In doing so, he became the first Manchester United manager to win a major honour in his first season.

Speaking about the contract extension, the boss showed gratitude for the support he has gotten from the board, 'Oga Eddy' Woodward, the staff, and players through out his time at the club. He also hailed United's fans for their support and effort in making him feel at home instantly.

Congratulations to the boss, we wish you many more trophies at United.


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