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Fulham Broadway

The Mourinho Thread

Started by Fulham Broadway,

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Today, I read a story on Jose...apparently he came as close as he ever will to do a job interview with manures...

The way I see it:

Now, all manure fans are gonna snivel how Jose was not good enough for their team...on & on.

Personally, I believe Jose would never apply to go to coach manures.

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As annoying as usual you were probably trying to give some language lesson. Foda-se might be "fuck off", "fuck", "fuck it", it depends of the situation, but it never means "fuck you".

Watching the video its clear that Ronaldo's "foda-se" was nothing more than an angry interjection, really common when players are celebrating goals. If Ronaldo really wanted to say "fuck you" to Mourinho, he would have said "vai se foder". This is just another bullshit created by spanish press.

Grow up Henrique, as annoying as I usually am? You are the one who started to play the language teacher in the first place!

It has been quite a while since you cant produce any half quality posts around here. All you do is look for fights and correct people. It doesnt matter if Ronaldo said fuck you or fuck off, it matters that it shows how fragile is the relationship between Real Madrid players and Jose Mourinho.

Besides, I said nervermind and you still quoted me.

Everyone is just waiting to laugh at you when Mourinho comes...

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Neil Ashton: "Rooney wants to go to Chelsea and the beauty of this is that Jose Mourinho wants him there as well." (2/2) [via Talksport]

John Obi Mikel: Jose Mourinho's return would be 'massive' for Chelsea

http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11668/8702608/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

That was quick xCechx! Talk about fast news delivery! :D

Anyway, I have a new one:

John Obi Mikel: "I am shit"

...nah, I kid the Mikel! :D

(he's not good though!)

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Isn't Mourinho dead for you?

He hasn't joined United, so no.

Ever since being appointed at Inter he's always said he may return one day, dropping hints, romanticising about the club and fans. This is a manager who has toyed with us ‘indirectly’ via the press. Chelsea is not a stepping stone club, we’re not ‘an everton‘, United are DIRECT rivals, so for a coach who claims/claimed to have such an affinity with the supporters and club it would have been unforgivable.

So, are you gonna come running back now and treat him like a returning hero again? :rolleyes:

Wait, hold up.. to EVEN have that view in the first place, means I'd hold Mourinho in the highest of regards.

For all those who went paranoid in this thread saying Jose will sign for United. :lol2:

In the CL this season, when Real met United at Old Trafford, Jose' had voided all of his charisma, sucking up to both Ferguson and United, in an overly-diplomatic sense. That.. and the timing itself, with Mourinho's departure being a dead cert. Alarm bells started ringing for me, it seemed too much of a coincidence.

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It's very interesting that there have been a number of players now coming out and openly discussing the return of Jose. Taking everything into account it seems very certain that Jose is to return, i never honestly thought i would see the day but i think it is going to be great for us again. My only hope is that between them Jose and Roman can sit down and plan out a way to take us forward for the long term, i don't buy it that Jose is ONLY a 3 season top man, i think he would feel it is time to him to create something long term somewhere and that given the right circumstances could be us.

Yeah it's a good sign... Lamps,Terry,Mikel, Cech...

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Its funny. Manchester United are stuck with Moyes (who is a good coach) with an really good squad - full of top players and plenty of depth - but he might struggle to attract all the top players as hes not Fergie. Where as we will have Jose coming back and that potentially gives us a pass to try and get a lot of top players as top players want to work with top successful coaches. Yes it doesn't always work like that but who doesn't want to play for Mourinho? Hes got that 'x factor' if you'll call it that. As does Pep, as proven with Gotze moving to Bayern from Dortmund and as did Fergie.

Still I suppose Moyes is managing Manchester United though, the brand of Manchester United probably makes up for the fact hes not a global name like Fergie. Do United really need more players expect a LB and CM?

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Yeah it's a good sign... Lamps,Terry,Mikel, Cech...

... Ivanovic, Mata, Benitez also hinted it. He's coming home.

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Portuguese newspaper 'Record' claim that Jose Mourinho turned down the Man. United manager role to join Chelsea in the summer.

"Madrid wants Mourinho to resign, Mourinho wants Madrid to sack him"

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Nik Postinger @TouchlineDrama

AS and Récord are both claiming that Mourinho was in fact Sir Alex Ferguson's first choice but that the Portuguese coach turned United down.

Spanish and Portuguese publications AS and Récord both claim his family's desire to move to London as the reason Mourinho turned United down

I am not surprised. In fact, Fergie likes him as a manager and as a person a lot. This is from his biogrpahy -

And who should that new man be?

Yes, the old Special One himself and the man that Fergie himself has said would be a fine choice. In 2009, he told CNN: 'I am glad it is not my decision but whoever it is, it needs to be someone with experience. Manchester United is a massive club. The club I joined in 1986 is nothing like the on it is today. I like José Mourinho - he is a good guy and someone I get on very well with.'

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It's a good shout that Jose will be with us for the long haul now. I don't see why not. He's done the rounds in all the top leagues and won everything he can with each team:

Spain - hasn't won everything with Real but he's not staying or ever going back there and the only other option in Spain is Barca and that's never happening either

Italy - Serie A just isn't that attractive anymore, unless something dramatic happens maybe he goes back to Inter but I don't see that happening anytime soon, maybe 10 years from now if Serie A can get back to the powerhouse it used to be

France - Ligue 1 isn't a top league, not enough in France for Mou to be interested in, he needs a big pond and France is never getting that big.

England - No-brainer he will like to spend the majority of his career here now.

Chelsea's problem has been Mourinho even after he left, all that came after were compared to him (or rather his success). None achieved it, so they got fired and none have the notoriety of a Mou (only Pep and Fergie do) where the owner will be willing to sit through a slump while maintaining trust in the manager that it'll eventually turn around. Roman never had that trust in anyone, he gave them some leeway, some more than others but if they weren't able to turn it around soon they got the boot. I think Roman has learnt the lesson and risking that patience with Mou is easier because there will never be better or even close to the same level of manager around. I now see Roman showing trust in Mou and Mou staying here for the long haul. The only way he leaves now will be for other reasons than purely football, reasons like at Madrid with him completely loosing the dressing room which I don't see it happening at Chelsea because our squad is too young and they will be matured and nurtured by Mou himself so I don't see anyone ever rivaling Mou. The only ones that could, will be gone this summer or by the next.

I think Roman has been trying for a while to be patient with managers and hire one for the long term. This was evident with the AVB signing, and I think AVB would have stuck around till now if he hadn't lost the dressing room like he did. Because if it was only about the results, Roman would have parted ways with AVB sooner. RDM appointment seemed like it was out of desperation, no other mangers around that could have made the choice easy enough to not offer a CL winning manager an extension. And, I was sad when RDM leaving but I never rated him much and I thought letting him go was a good decision just not happy with who was hired to take his place, again this seemed desperate as there were no other options available. And I am not a fan of Rafa, but credit where it's due the dude has balls to accept the job. That said, even if we make top 4 and win Europa I still don't think he would have performed that well, that won't be enough for me to forget the blunders he has made earlier in the season. Anyways, got a little off topic now.

But yeah, Mou is here for the long haul now imo. If not the coming season, then the season after I see us winning back the title.

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