Mourinho: I know which players got Karanka sacked

Mourinho: I know which players got Karanka sacked

Mourinho: I know which players got Karanka sacked

That is a sad thing to say about football, the game I love.

"I have a clear view of exactly what's needed and that's what I aim to deliver - I do believe we will stay in the Premier League", added Agnew.

Karanka, Mourinho's assistant at Real Madrid, was relieved of his duties on Thursday with Middlesbrough in the Premier League relegation zone.

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"Stewart's going to be a big part of the rest of the season for us", said Karanka's former assistant who will audition to retain the role for the remainder of the season at home to Manchester United on Sunday.

José Mourinho claims he knows the identities of the Middlesbrough players who he thinks stabbed his friend Aitor Karanka in the back.

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"In the second year, he took the team to the play-off final at Wembley".

Mourinho was asked if it had been a case of player power undoing the work of Karanka, in the same way that speculation has suggested Claudio Ranieri's Leicester reign was ended.

'I think he [Karanka] deserves to be sacked.

The former Republic of Ireland worldwide continued: "There are names [being mentioned] galore, but I would personally go for Martin O'Neill, that would be my gut instinct. That may disappoint those people who want glamour and somebody to come in ready-made, a sexy name, but that's not what we need at this point".

Meanwhile, Boro have announced that Joe Jordan has been appointed to help caretaker boss Steve Agnew.

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