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Fulham Broadway

The Mourinho Thread

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I'm seeing people now say that MARCA are reporting that he'll remain at Madrid for another year.

:( I hope that's not true.

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I'm seeing people now say that MARCA are reporting that he'll remain at Madrid for another year.

:( I hope that's not true.

Don't belive that my friend, they said that CR7 was a Barça player the same summer that he went to Real Madrid, that Casillas will join Barça, Atletico would play with Cavani and Falcao upfront..

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I'm seeing people now say that MARCA are reporting that he'll remain at Madrid for another year.

:( I hope that's not true.

He basically poured gasoline on the flames by saying he regrets he didn't sign Diego Lopez a year ago. Believe me, he's as good as gone and where he ends up remains the only question.

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Jose Mourinho yet to make decision on Real Madrid future

http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11668/8687216/?utm_source=twitterfeed&utm_medium=twitter

Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho insists that he has not made a decision over where he will ply his trade next season.

The Portuguese strongly hinted after Tuesday's Champions League exit at the hands of Borussia Dortmund that he wants to return to Chelsea by declaring that he is "loved" in England - in contrast to Spain, where he believes people "hate" him.

But, speaking at his pre-match press conference ahead of Saturday's Primera Division game at home to Real Valladolid, Mourinho claimed nothing was certain yet.

"It's not worth talking about if I go or not," he said. "If I go, I will not give explanations.

"I'm working with total professionalism and I still have the same honour and pleasure to work for this club as I did a month or two ago.

"I have not taken the decision yet. First to know will be my wife and my children. Then the president (Florentino Perez) and director general (Jose Angel Sanchez).

"I'm working with total professionalism and I still have the same honour and pleasure to work for this club as I did a month or two ago. I have not taken the decision yet."

Failure to beat Valladolid at the Bernabeu would open the door for Barcelona to regain the Primera Division title by beating Real Betis on Sunday night.

"Finishing second in the league is not what we want but it is better than finishing third," the 50-year-old added. "We want to win as many points as possible."

Mourinho had been aiming to become the first coach to win the Champions League with three clubs following his successes with Porto and Inter Milan.

Their 4-3 aggregate loss to Dortmund - which came despite a 2-0 win in Tuesday's home leg - put paid to such ambitions, though, leaving the Portuguese to reflect: "I just want Real Madrid to win the Champions League, either with or without me."

Whether he stays or goes in the summer, Mourinho expressed his desire for compatriot Cristiano Ronaldo to remain in the Spanish capital.

"Players must be completely dedicated to and focused on their clubs," he said. "I hope that Cristiano plays here for many more years."

Ronaldo is doubtful for Saturday's game with a thigh strain, while defender Sergio Ramos could miss out after suffering a hamstring problem against Dortmund. Mourinho will also be without Alvaro Arbeloa and Marcelo through injury and their fellow defender Raul Albiol due to suspension

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Mourinho continues to tease, tease and tease but he's definitely sending out the signals that he will be leaving...

Tancredi Palmeri @tancredipalmeri

Here it is. These words say everything. Mourinho: "It's an honour HAVING BEEN the manager of the Real Madrid who stopped Barcelona hegemony"

Literally. "Mr Mourinho, don't you want to stay to win the Champions League for Real Madrid?" Mourinho: "I just want that Madrid will win it"

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Id like to see him bring Diego lopez with him if courtois is staying on loan

What would he do here? Cech has 2-4 more good years to give.. and then Courtois can take over.

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What would he do here? Cech has 2-4 more good years to give.. and then Courtois can take over.

For backup obviously. Hilario and Turnbull's contracts are expiring this summer.

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For backup obviously. Hilario and Turnbull's contracts are expiring this summer.

Yea but I wouldnt bet on him wanting such a move.. why would he move, to be Chelsea's number 2?

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Yea but I wouldnt bet on him wanting such a move.. why would he move, to be Chelsea's number 2?

Once Mourinho leaves Madrid, I don't think the next manager would be benching Casillas for Lopez as well. The latter is likely to be No.2 anyway.

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Mourinho: "It's an honor HAVING BEEN the manager of the Real Madrid who stopped Barcelona hegemony"

"Perhaps I didn't do enough but there are La Liga records that are mine and no one can take them from me"

"My biggest regret of the last 3 years? I regret that I did not go out and sign Diego López earlier"

"Problems come up when someone thinks to be above others.I had no problem with players who instead felt at same level". Casillas?

Fucking hell. :lol2: :lol2:

I'm going to put my cock on the block and just say it.... I don't think we'll be signing Casillas anytime soon. :lol:

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Once Mourinho leaves Madrid, I don't think the next manager would be benching Casillas for Lopez as well. The latter is likely to be No.2 anyway.

Diego Lopez has proven himself to be far too good to simply be a backup. I am sure he would get an offer to be the first keeper somwhere else if he was relegated back to #2 at Madrid.

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Chelsea: Jose Mourinho 'has not decided to leave Real Madrid'

Jose Mourinho insists he has not decided to leave Real Madrid at the end of the season, despite speculation he has already agreed a return to Chelsea.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/0/football/22400234?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

What?

He said all that stuff in the press conference and now he is not sure?

Men this is getting boring as the Neymar constant chat about moving.

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