YEOVIL Town manager Darren Way says he will be offering Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho a pint of Thatcher's Cider along with the customary bottle of good red wine after Friday evening's Emirates FA Cup Fourth round tie at Huish Park.
'This is life in big clubs, ' he said. Alexis is a very important addition for us.
"Man United have been very supportive towards me throughout my career - and certainly at my lowest point, a big thanks goes to Sir Alex", said Way, whose playing career was brought to an abrupt end following a serious auto crash in December 2008. I'm really proud. All the players are looking forward to it.
"In big clubs, you have big players, competition and responsibilities - you have to try to go to every competition in a serious way". I can not say that it was expensive because it wasn't, I can not say it was cheap because if you add all the values of his contract, it's not also cheap.
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Mourinho has confirmed he'll rest some of his key men so we should see changes at the back but the United boss has still vowed to field a strong side so I don't expect the kids to be selected. We want to achieve big things. I know him for many many years, I was with him in Italy at Udinese, in Spain, when he was at Barcelona, in England, when he was at Arsenal, so our careers are nearly made in the same countries simultaneously, so I know him very very well. "Maybe. But I don't have regrets".
I saw him play in different systems, I saw him successful in every country. But when a team doesn't know what's going on there is less clarity and less focus on what's important - the performance. "We need this title this year", he continued on the Carabao Cup final.
"I feel very fortunate to be alive today", said Way.
The trip will be familiar to some United fans, after the 12-time FA Cup winners, under former manager Louis van Gaal, laboured to a 2-0 success over Yeovil in the third round in January 2015.
Unsurprisingly Way's playing career ended after the crash - he was confined to a wheelchair for a while - as among his many injuries he broke and dislocated his left hip and also a broken femur. "United might even open the door for him".
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