Manchester United on the lookout for new handyman

Is it your dream job to be involved with a top class football team – for instance, helping a certain José Mourinho in ways that even his players couldn’t do?

Well, step this way as we have the perfect role for you. The Manchester Evening News reports Premier League outfit Manchester United is recruiting a handyman to look after their players and manager Mr Mourinho.

The ‘Player Care Property Technician’, as advertised on United’s website, will be tasked with the day-to-day maintenance of the properties of the club’s players and manager.

The successful applicant needs to be able to respond to ‘emergencies’ at their homes and help players when they are moving house. They would need to have ‘experience in varied building maintenance with recognised building trades qualifications, for example, joiner, electrician, heating engineer, along with a good understanding of all domestic essential services, including security systems.

Applications close next Wednesday (22 November).

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