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“Of course, I have sympathy for him”: Jose backs Moyes amid slap threat probe

Date Posted,April 7, 2017

Jose Mourinho claims he sympathises with David Moyes after the difficult week for the Sunderland boss.

Moyes is facing FA action because of his slap threat to a female BBC reporter and Mourinho feels for every manager fighting relegation.

Sunderland are bottom of the Premier League ahead of Sunday’s clash with United at the Stadium of Light and Mourinho claims it is hard for the clubs who will gone down.

“I have sympathy with every manager that is fighting hard to reach their objectives and he’s in trouble to do it,” said Mourinho of Moyes.

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