Published on January 9th, 2016 | by Flipside0
Jose Mourinho to take over as leader of the Labour Party
After discontent within the dressing room, and a string of embarrassing results on the pitch, reports today emerged claiming that Jeremy Corbyn has lost the support of key players within the Labour Party, and the board are looking for a new leader.
Jose Mourinho, former boss of Tory-affiliated group Chelsea FC, has emerged as an obvious candidate to take over the role, after the astonishing recent breakdown of his relationship with his former employers.
The pressure has been cranked up on Corbyn in recent weeks, after failure to progress past the group stages in the House of Commons, coupled with embarrassing defeats to Stoke and Norwich. Mourinho has made it clear he does not intend to take any time off, and has a proven track record at the top level of British politics.
He is seen by many as the perfect man to lead Labour against a Tory cabinet for a couple of years, before inevitably departing in acrimonious circumstances at some point in 2018, to be succeeded by Labour Party legend Ryan Giggs in time for the 2020 election.