Jose Mourinho takes just 15 days to land a new job – Tuesday’s sporting social

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Jose Mourinho (PA Wire)
19:00pm, Tue 04 May 2021
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Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.

Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from May 4.

Football

The Premier League, all clubs and several players stressed the campaign to #StopOnlineAbuse would very much continue following the social media boycott.

Jose Mourinho got a new job.

The Portuguese also recalled his first league title with Porto.

Heading for the Champions League final.

Declan Rice enjoyed watching West Ham yesterday.

Marcus Rashford got some fan mail.

David Beckham reflected on his birthday weekend.

Virgil Van Dijk was hard at it.

Kyle Walker wished lifelong City fan Olga a happy belated 100th birthday.

It’s been a successful three years in Glasgow for Steven Gerrard.

A clean sheet to celebrate for Mat Ryan.

A big day in the Lewandowski household.

Bradford remember.

Birthday boys…

Peterborough owner Darragh MacAnthony reacted to his side’s promotion.

Championship winners Norwich were in celebration mode.

That’s magic!

Cricket

David Warner’s kids want him home.

What a catch!

KP sent his thoughts to India.

While Kate Cross reacted to the IPL’s postponement.

Snooker

Stephen Fry paid tribute to the world snooker champion.

Tennis

Who’s calling Roger?

It’s Bob!

Like mother, like daughter.

Formula One

Happy Birthday John Watson.

Max Verstappen vowed to keep pushing for Red Bull.

As did George Russell in his Williams.

Some teams were celebrating May the fourth.

Lewis Hamilton and Roscoe returned home.

Gymnastics

Max Whitlock showed off his football skills with freestyler Liv Cooke.

Darts

Hotel room with a, er, view for MvG.

Boxing

The big fight got closer.

MMA

Conor McGregor minded his own business.

Rugby League

Luke Gale had a change of scenery.

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