It’s the new video game that’s sweeping the nation; Super Battle Pocket Managers. If you’ve never heard of it that can be attributed to the fact that we just made it up.

In the first instalment of Super Battle Pocket Managers (Or as all the hip and happening kids are calling it; SBPM) two managerial legends lock horns and pit their commercial ventures against each other.

Jose Mourinho and Brian Clough will forever be considered two of the most flamboyant characters in football history with each providing countless soundbites to the press and entertaining us all with their pitch side antics. As a result, it comes as no surprise that various companies wanted them as the face of their product.

Mourinho has built a reputation as a suave, stylish and sexy figure whilst Clough preferred the no nonsense roll-your-sleeves-up-and-get-on-with-it approach. This is certainly reflected in the products they chose to endorse but who will come out on top in the battle for TV ad supremacy? Will it be Jose’s high octane stunt-filled efforts or will Brian’s love of all things wholegrain/spreadable that prevails. Click on the video to let battle commence!


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