Photo: Man United boss Jose Mourinho watches England on his sofa

Jose Mourinho enjoyed a feast of football at home over the weekend

A photo posted by Jose Mourinho (@josemourinho) on

Jose Mourinho enjoyed a marathon of football on Saturday as he watched England’s 1-1 draw with Russia at home on his sofa with his son.

The Portuguese coach has been working hard behind the scenes at Old Trafford since being appointed as the club’s new manager last month.

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Mourinho completed his first signing as Manchester United boss on Wednesday as the Red Devils announced a deal to bring defender Eric Bailly to the club on a four-year contract.

The new Manchester United boss is understood to be working hard as he continues to revamp his squad ahead of his first season in charge at Old Trafford.

However, the former Chelsea manager enjoyed some well-earned downtime on Saturday as he and his son, Jose junior, sat through all three Euro 2016 games from the comfort of their sofa at home.

Mourinho posted the picture above on his new personal Instagram account and wrote: “Three matches in a row, the sofa is getting tired of us.”

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