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Jose Mourinho gives pep talk at Jaguar Land Rover plant

The Red Devils gaffer drove away in the 100,000th F-Pace, the model voted best and most beautiful at the 2017 World Car of the Year Awards.

Manchester United boss and prolific car collector Jose Mourinho stopped by the state-of-the-art Jaguar Land Rover plant in Solihull this week to pick up his exclusive new car.

The former Chelsea, Real Madrid and FC Porto skipper gave workers at the factory a motivational pep talk before collecting the keys to the 100,000th model to roll off the production line.

Speaking to the Mirror, Mourinho said: “It was an amazing experience to visit Jaguar’s factory and see all the cars, technology and hard work that goes into developing such a beautiful car.”

The F-Pace is the fastest selling car in Jaguar’s history and it is easy to see why. Earlier this year, the luxury performance SUV scooped the twin awards of World Car of the Year and World Car Design of the Year at the 2017 World Car of the Year Awards.

The Portuguese manager can be seen driving (or being driven) in one of several luxury cars around Manchester.
His regular get-about is a Jaguar XJ, which he is regularly driven to matches in.

In 2010, after winning a famous triple with Inter Milan, Mourniho treated himself to an Aston Martin Rapide.

This luxury British sports car appears to be Mourinho’s ‘special one’. He has had it inscribed with all his managerial achievements and has instructed his sons and daughters to ‘keep it forever’.

He also owns a four seat Ferrari Scaglietti, a gift from Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.

After a brief stint in the Jaguar Land Rover factor, the Manchester United boss will be back at the day job on Saturday as the Red Devils host Newcastle United.

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Posted on 17th November 2017 at 1:53 PM

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