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Man Utd vs Tottenham: Old Trafford return will prove a major test of Jose Mourinhoandapos;s new happiness

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Tottenham's last visit to Old Trafford prompted one of the great Jose Mourinho outbursts, when the Manchester United boss stormed out of his post-match press conference demanding “respect, respect, respect” following a 3-0 defeat.

It was the kind of eruption that makes you wonder just how much longer Mourinho can maintain the happy-go-lucky persona of the past fortnight, ahead of his much-anticipated return to United on Wednesday night.

“I am the same guy, I am very happy,” Mourinho said.

“Honestly, Manchester United for me now is in my history book.

Against the Greeks, at least, Mourinho’s gung-ho approach was more by accident than design after Spurs conceded two early goals and were forced to attack, but the new manager has shown an uncharacteristic willingness to release the shackles.

“That is a closed chapter for me,” the Spurs boss added of his time at United.

Dele Alli and Heung-min Son have been freed from the arduous tracking back that was once a requirement for Mourinho’s creative hubs, while right-back Serge Aurier has practically played as a fifth forward.
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