Ex-Manchester United Coach Mourinho Watches Porto Loanee Mikel In PortugalPublished: December 23, 2018
Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho has attended his first game since he was dismissed as coach of Manchester United, allnigeriasoccer.com reports.
Four days after leaving the Red Devils, Mourinho was among the 3,079 spectators that witnessed the Primeira Liga encounter between Vitória Setúbal and Santa Clara at Estádio do Bonfim on Saturday.
The 55-year-old was accompanied by his son and his assistant, Ricardo Formosinho.
Nigeria international Mikel Agu was in action for Vitória Setúba, who lost 2-0 to the visitors having conceded in each half.
The central midfielder is aiming to be included in the Super Eagles squad list for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations at the end of the season after he was axed from the traveling party to Russia 2018.
Mikel has found it difficult breaking into the fray at his parent club Porto and was previously shipped out on loan to Club Brugge and Bursaspor before returning for a second loan spell with Vitória Setúbal.
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