Michael Essien Visits Mourinho – Former Chelsea midfielder reunited with former Blues manager when he watched Manchester United beat CSKA Moscow at Old Trafford.
The former Chelsea player watched on as his old boss directed a 2-1 victory for United over in the Champions League.
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Two goals in two second-half minutes from Romelu Lukaku and Marcus Rashford gave Manchester United a 2-1 Champions League home win against CSKA Moscow at Old Trafford.
Present at the match was Michael Essien who came to watch his “daddy’s” new team fight their way to victory on the pitch. Essien who took pictures with the former Chelsea manager labeled him as ‘daddy’ in his caption and also shared a snap of himself with Sir Bobby Charlton.
Good to see daddy Jose Mourinho and the great legend Sir Bobby Charlton. His caption read.
Though he no longer plays for the club, Michael Essien is particularly a household name in the Chelsea Club as a result of his almost a decade commitment to the club.
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Michael who was born on December 3rd, 1982 began his football career in a local club in his native Ghana, called Liberty Professionals.
He broke through when he played in the 1999 FIFA U-17 World Championship in New Zealand. This led to attention from some European scouts; Batsia, Olympic Lyonnais, Chelsea, Real Madrid, Milan, Panathinaikos, and currently Persib.
He joined Chelsea in 2005 after the Blues agreed a £24.4 million fee for the player and made his debut as a second-half substitute against Arsenal on 21 August 2005.
Essien built a strong bond with the then manager Mourinho who now manages Manchester United. He claimed the Premier League title, FA Cup and League Cup under Mourinho’s stewardship and clearly still possesses a strong relationship with the Portuguese.
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