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Fulham Broadway

The Mourinho Thread

Started by Fulham Broadway,

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/football/article-4497142/Chelsea-defender-David-Luiz-joy-Brazil.html

It was said one of the reasons Jose Mourinho allowed Luiz to be sold to Paris Saint-Germain in 2014 was his optimism. As a defender, not a person; Mourinho likes his defenders pessimistic. He wants them worried about what will go wrong, not confident the plan will succeed.

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To be fair I hope he wins the EL and gets CL. 

So he can buy all the players he want this summer and then have no excuse next season. 

If next season it's the same shenanigans, then I will be surprised if United kept him. 

But for the league is better that we have 5 teams in the CL. 

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Just for laughs this was from a year ago but still find it funny:

Will Ferrell admits Jose Mourinho sacking at Chelsea was his fault

http://www.espnfc.us/blog/the-toe-poke/65/post/2804388/will-ferrell-admits-jose-mourinho-sacking-chelsea-his-fault

It's been almost two months since Jose Mourinho left Chelsea amid a disastrous run of results but US comedy star Will Ferrell thinks he knows the real reason for the Special One's demise.

Mourinho was sat in the audience at the GQ Awards in September when Ferrell, up on stage, decided to joke about the Portuguese's perceived negative tactics during Chelsea's Premier League title-winning campaign.

"Keep playing defence, man," he told Mourinho. "Seven guys in the box, I love it. I love it."

And speaking on the Men In Blazers TV show, Ferrell -- who is now a part-owner of MLS expansion franchise LAFC -- admitted that he feels partly responsible for Mourinho's subsequent unravelling at Stamford Bridge.

"I feel horribly guilty because I feel like I had a hand in getting Jose Mourinho fired," he said of his GQ comment. "I'm so sorry. I was just trying to make a joke because I really actually admire the guy."

Ferrell also took the opportunity to explain his status as a celebrity Chelsea fan. "I just went to one game and they gave me a scarf and then sent me a jersey," he added.

"I wore the jersey a couple of times and the next thing you know I'm a massive Chelsea fan. That said, I like the colour blue."

 

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Oh Mourinho... Yesterday Europa League was a tinpot trophy he didn't even want to hear about. Next thing you know he's throwing a PL campaign away with weeks before it's even finished to concentrate on the Europa League. Ha ha. Knows hell is going to break loose if they fail to win it. Fortunately for him they are meeting a very young and inexperienced Ajax side. Doubt they'll pose a threat, but my God would love the Dutch youngsters to turn them over.

Chelsea to win the double, Arsenal playing Europa League next season and Mourinho failing miserably at United. All in one season?! To good to be true.

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I still be massive surprise if they lose the EL final. 

Ajax don't scare me, United will produce a game like they did against us where they beat us 2 to 0. 

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He did not sign any Gestifute players and failed. I have a hunch this is the season he will go full Gestifute and he will be more aggressive to be successful. Toxic agency and toxic manager who is only good for short term success.

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I pray to god that Ajax win the final and he fucks off for the last time. 

 

I loved the man when he was our manager but it's really sad how he acts and how he talked about Ajax. A Dutch team which doesn't even half 3/4 part of ManUtd's wages. A proper Dutch club who play a lot of youth and attacking football whereas ManUtd and Mourinho play boring fuck all football with a bunch of overpaid wally's like Pogba and Lingard. 

So happy he's gone. Too bad he'll probably manage to win the final. 

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Interesting thing, if you turn 5 or 6 of their home draws where they were talking about luck and whatnot to wins they would be 3rd. 

If you turn ALL OF THEM to wins, and that would've been some efficiency by them, they would still fall short 4 points behind us. 

Nowhere near the injustice and lack of fortune their fans and Mourinho have been whining about all season.

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Fair play to Mourinho. He stifled another match and got the goals (scruffy or not) to get into Champions League through the back door. Let's see how his style of letting the other team play the football fares against higher quality in the champs. 

Griezmann has already admitted to going there if champs lge is guaranteed. Hopefully this motivates our board to improve our team as much as possible so that we don't get caught by the Manchester clubs next season. 

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Good, at least next season he should have no complaints. 

He tends to do good second season so after transfer window closes we should have a better clue if this will happen. 

I was looking forward to a top challenge with managers. Conte came out top this year, we shall see what happens next. 

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I think the tragedy in Manchester through everything off for this final and it didn't have the same competitive edge it would have otherwise unfortunately.

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In recognition of Man United's treble of Charity Shield, League Cup and Europa League Mickey Mouse has started to wear a Jose Mourinho wristwatch

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