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nowhereman

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  1. The Mourinho Thread

    oh this sucks. i wanted to mourinho to stay for at least 1 more season.
  2. The Mourinho Thread

    Should keep Mourinho until even the majority of fans at the stadium want him out.
  3. The Mourinho Thread

    Rob Beasley is famous for being a Mourinho worshipper, read his past articles/tweets and see for yourself. It's no surprise he's trying his ass off to shift the blame away from his idol. The board is responsible for the unsuccessful transfers/bad signings this season but Mourinho is responsible for the toxic atmosphere at and around the club and the extremely poor results so far.
  4. The Mourinho Thread

    Hopefully Mourinho will stay true to his words and not change.
  5. The Mourinho Thread

    If Mourinho's worshippers are really the main reason why he hasn't been sacked as suggested by the article, I now want him to stay more than ever just to see how long it will take for even them to get fed up with his antics/football. And no, I don't believe he can change himself and turn things around.
  6. The Mourinho Thread

    Stay.
  7. The Mourinho Thread

    Capello would be the worst interim manager for Chelsea: plays ugly football, is hated more than Benitez by both Mourinho worshippers and Mourinho haters alike, and is not an entertainer off the pitch.
  8. The Mourinho Thread

    I wouldn't be surprised if it's Hazard who doesn't want to play at 100% for Mourinho anymore. Can't really blame the guy. I mean what would you do if your supervisor gets your personal doctor fired because she tried to give you medical attention during a working session? Of course as a human being and not a robot you would typically feel guilty and indignant and wouldn't give your all to him.
  9. The Mourinho Thread

    as long as the fans in the stadium are still singing in support of mourinho, i don't think it's a good idea to let him go.
  10. The Mourinho Thread

    please no. Avb is boring both on and off the pitch while articles about mourinho and the interviews he gives are at least usually interesting despite his football.
  11. The Mourinho Thread

    Mourinho is a divisive, controversial figure and is unlikely to bring stability in the long run, plus his brand of football is usually boring, but his cult of personality at Chelsea is so strong that I think it's unwise to sack him before the end of the season or even the end of the contract. If he is shown the door early, whoever succeeds him will have to face an uphill task of reshaping the way the club play under the pressure of instant success from the tens of thousands of vocal Mourinho fans who will be ready to call for his head at the earliest sign of trouble.
  12. The Mourinho Thread

    Not a fan of Mourinho but I'd say stick with him until Pep agrees to manage Chelsea.
  13. The Mourinho Thread

    Mourinho has achieved a lot with Chelsea so I think he deserves more time, at least until Christmas, if by then he will not have turned things around then he'll need to go and be replaced with a manger who is good at developing young players and playing attractive football like Klopp.
  14. Fernando Torres

    Torres played Ok in the Spain NT. Chelsea's systems somehow just don't fit him.
  15. Juan Mata

    Interesting article, though it's unlikely to happen, I'd love to see him at Barca. With his passing skill, it shouldn't be a big problem for him to adapt to their style.