As well, some images of him attending the Championship match between Brentford and Leeds have triggered rumors even more. The technician could be seen accompanied by Neil Ashton, head of public relations and one of the assistants of Ed woodward, owner of Manchester United, witnessing the meeting of Championship in which Brentford and Leeds tied one. That image has triggered suspicion about Mauricio’s possible arrival at Old Trafford.The coach himself has admitted on some occasion that his desire is to continue training in the Premier League and to be able to be in one of the important teams, so the presence in a box with United leaders can be considered as an approach towards their desire. Pochettino was fired from Tottenham just a few months after reaching the first final in the history of the Champions League with the Spurs. Even so, it retains a very high sign in England. Mauricio Pochettino He is one of the technicians who enter all the pools as a possible tenant of one of the important benches in England since next season. The Argentine coach, who was fired from Tottenham at the end of last year, is in the list of candidates to do with the position of coach of several of the big sets of the Premier They are going through a bad time.
Western Bureau: Standout defender Alburn Facey has given up on any realistic hopes of donning the Reggae Boyz jersey and has cited the scarcity of true earning potential for young footballers, as one reason he thinks many of his peers will turn their backs on the beautiful game. At just 24, Facey, became one the most respected players within the Reno FC squad for five years, rising through the ranks to also captain the team before walking away to represent his boyhood club, Downs FC, in St Elizabeth. “My hopes of playing for the national team have died,” said Facey. “I realise this when I look at the lack of endeavour from those who pick the squad to look the way of young players,” he said. “Not being paid what you think you deserve based on your quality, in what is said to be the best league in the country, is a big turn off for me and also for many other players,” Facey stated. The former Manchester High School daCosta Cup team captain is questioning the structure of the game as laid out by the Jamaica Football Federation (JFF), and how clubs organise funds to pay players. He said too many young, gifted football players have given up on the game because they cannot make a living from it and that the JFF is not taking these factors into account. “What do they (the clubs and the JFF) expect us to do? Many of us have our little families that depend on us. The clubs cannot pay, or they pay minimum, and you are not even likely to expand your horizons by playing in the national team so you can have an opportunity to be seen by international scouts,” the Downs FC defender stated. “I was refused the opportunity to go play in Antigua and earn for my young family by my former club. I recently got my first child. I need to earn, plus the national team, it seems, will never happen, so I decided, at least to give my time to a cause that suits me. “I am from Downs, so I returned to help them push towards the premier league, where, maybe, some other young player can get the chance it seems I will never get,” Facey said.