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Ex-Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho to host Champions League TV show

With Edinson Cavani picking up an injury against Bordeaux, the FC panel examine how PSG would line up if he's ruled out against Manchester United.
ESPN FC's Paul Mariner recaps Man United's dominant display against Fulham, in particularly that of the Frenchmen Anthony Martial and Paul Pogba.
Manchester United eased past a woeful Fulham side to move up to 4th in the Premier League.

Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho will host a television show covering the Champions League, it has been announced.

Mourinho, sacked by United in December, will host "On the Touchline with Jose Mourinho" for Moscow-based network RT.

He did work for the channel during the World Cup in Russia and his new fortnightly show begins early next month.

"The show will offer unique analysis from the Portuguese managerial great on all the week's Champions League action, as well as special insight into the biggest talking points in the world of football," an RT statement said.

It will be broadcast for the first time after the first set of round-of-16 second-leg matches have finished on March 7 and run until the final on June 1.

Mourinho has also worked for Qatar-based channel beIN Sports, on which he defended his two-and-a-half-year spell in charge of United.

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