Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he will not directly reinstate his partner Rui Faria, who announced on Saturday he is withdrawal a club.
Faria has been by Mourinho’s side during several clubs for over 17 years but will withdrawal after subsequent Saturday’s FA Cup final.
Asked after Sunday’s 1-0 win over Watford either he would be replacing Faria, Mourinho said: “No.
“I will organize my coaching staff in a approach where a partner manager figure doesn’t exist.
“I’m going to have partner coaches, I’m going to have aptness coaches, and a structure where they have specialists in opposite areas connected to a performance. I’m not going to have an partner handling in a clarity of a word.”
Michael Carrick played his final diversion on Sunday and will now join a coaching staff full-time and Mourinho says a midfielder could turn his partner during some point.
“I consider it will be Michael Carrick in a future, when he has his badges, his pro licence, when he creates a overpass between a actor to an assistant,” pronounced Mourinho.
“People consider it’s only like one day I’m a actor and a subsequent day I’m a coach, though it’s not like that.
“I have nobody in a universe of football prepared to be my partner manager, so we cite to teach people and to structure my staff in a approach where there is preparation and improvement.
“And when Michael has a pro looseness badges, routinely with a personality, loyalty and probity he has, we consider it will be for him.
“But I’m going to urge my staff in a opening turn and, in propinquity to a tactical work, I’m going to move some people that, until this moment, have not come with me yet.”
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