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  1. 22. Willian

    Being wrong about Oscar doesn't also make him automatically wrong about Mata. Dropping then eventually selling Juan was 100% the right decision by Jose, were he went wrong was that he picked the wrong replacement, it should have been De Bruyne. Part of me wonders if he wanted Mata and KDB to have had each others roles in terms of the minute's he gave them, I feel the politics with the fans almost forced Jose into playing Mata more than he even really wanted too.
  2. The Mourinho Thread

    Jose, despite what's about to happen hes still our greatest manager.
  3. The Mourinho Thread

    I don't think any body who catches feelings for a club to a point they are one of us can join a rival, I'm trying to see it from their perspectives but it's hard, if I played for Galatasaray and built such a connection with the club and fans, I just cannot for the life of me ever want to risk what I built by joining Fenebache. How could Cech even look at Arsenal after 11 years at Chelsea? He could still have a family life in London and play anywhere in Western Europe, this is 2016, I read somewhere that Ronaldo goes to see a friend in Morroco a few times a week, Cech could have stayed living in London play abroad, Rafa is another one that did it when he was at Madrid and Naples. I dont see how many are so relaxed about our legends going to rivals, it's happened three years in a row which is unheard off in the football world, I appreciate what they did for this club and I'd never hate them, but their will always be the elephant in the room.
  4. Romelu Lukaku

    Wait, so he hasn't scored since the FA Cup game? No wonder this thread went quiet
  5. The Mourinho Thread

    No thanks, he isn't even half the player he was in 2012.
  6. The Conte Thread

    Looks good although in a 4-4-2 both CMs need to be good defensively, Cesc there In a 2 would worry me.
  7. The Mourinho Thread

    And record points, often theirs a debate between Arsenal and Chelsea fans on which is better, unbeaten vs record points, Conte has done both in Italy.
  8. The Mourinho Thread

    He can do what he wants, but fans also have the right to feel what they want, and seeing a club legend joining a rival for the third season in a row is not going to go down great with many and why should it? Robert Pires got told to leave Arsenal in a harsh way but you didn't see him rock up at a rival, rumour has it De Boer wanted to take Bergkamp as assistant if he took the Tottenham job but Dennis told him no chance. If Athletici sacked Simeone for whatever reason, id put my life on the fact he won't go Real or Barca. What he's done for the club won't be erased or forgotten, but I can't pretend I'm not disappointed.
  9. Romelu Lukaku

    That what I think, although I believe the criticism of Costa is massively overrexaggarated, him and Lukaku would never work, and if it's one or the other, then I choose Diego 100 times out of 100.
  10. The Mourinho Thread

    Although I agree in general, i can't agree with the Lukaku example, he wanted number one and we were signing Costa, no manager in the world would bow down to that, imagine if he pulled that on Fergie? The Scot would have sorted out Romelus transfer there and then. I think the problem with some on here is that anytime a player proves themself a decent squad player (Begovic, Remy the main two examples for this) is for whatever reason some people get overexcited and think they are good enough to start, then when it becomes cleaR they aint, the crash happens and they try and compensate by criticisingthem to high heaven. A striker I wouldn't mind is Troy Deeney, for reasons I've explained in the thread ive created about him.
  11. The Mourinho Thread

    I'm all for him signing Lukaku if it prevents us spunking an obscene amount to get him back.
  12. The Mourinho Thread

    Allegri has actually done a good job keeping up the motivation (complacency is a killer in football as we have found out after winning the title last year and 2010) to go again but that's not the point. Conte took an ailing team and club that were heading fast to midtable (similar to what's happened at AC) and re-energized them, he had Napoli with Cavani, Lavezzi and Milan (just before they declined) with Ibra, Thjago Silva and blew them out of the water.
  13. The Mourinho Thread

    Luckily I think he will until either health dictates otherwise or they win one of the big two.
  14. The Mourinho Thread

    You might want to check the positions Juventus finished in the table the two seasons prior to his appointment before saying something so absurd.
  15. The Mourinho Thread

    On another note however, with Conte, Pep, Mou, Klopp, Pochettino and Ranieri (I think Leicester will have another great season), potentially a top manager at Everton and maybe Koeman if he strengthens hard enough at Saints to compete with, could next year finally be the year Wenger drops out of top 4?