Materazzi reveals the last words he told Mourinho before joining Real Madrid

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Former Inter centre-back Marco Materazzi Milan and Italy has revealed his farewell speech to Jose Mourinho after the former Chelsea boss set to leave Inter in 2010.

  Former Inter Milan and Italy centre-back Marco Materazzi has revealed his farewell to Jose Mourinho was an oath after the Portuguese boss left the San Siro in 2010. It happened. After Mourinho made the UFABET team win the historic treble for the Nerazzurri army. And that was the first European title since 1960, along with Serie A and Coppa Italia.

Materazzi reveals the last words he told Mourinho before joining Real Madrid

          Mourinho was replaced by Rafael Benitez, who spent just six months at San Siro. He knows the names of the children. And all our wives , ” Materazzi said of the Roma boss in a recent interview with Italia Football TV. but for my wife When he meets her and says, ‘Hello Daniela,’ it’s amazing.”

         After beating Bayern Munich 2-0 at the Santiago Bernabeu, Mourinho knew he would not be at Inter Milan next season. And his new home next season isn’t anywhere. It was the stadium that played in this final after agreeing to manage Real Madrid, but Materazzi Known for his headbutt by Zinedine Zidane in the 2006 World Cup final, he won’t let the manager leave without saying goodbye: “I told him ‘f*** you’ . Because he left me with Benitez,” he jokes.

          Benitez took charge of Inter Milan the following season after leaving Liverpool. And he struggled to meet the standard of performance that Mourinho used to. He was sacked in December after dropping the team to sixth place in the league. With 13 points behind leaders AC Milan, Leonardo replaced Benitez. and ultimately led them to second place in Serie A and to give them another Coppa Italia trophy. Materazzi left Inter at the end of that season after making just 11 appearances in total. every item

         Thirteen years later, the former Liverpool and Newcastle boss is being sacked by Leicester City after they sacked Brendan Rodgers at the weekend. Benitez has not managed the club since leaving Everton in January last year. And may not want to go to control the Siamese Fox army, who are currently struggling in the relegation zone.