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Fulham Broadway

The Mourinho Thread

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Juan Mata

Kevin de Bruyne

Romelu Lukaku

Andre Schurrle

Ryan Bertrand

WHAT A LEGEND MOU IS! 

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He is the special 'weird' one. Sell Mata here, play him there. Sell Lukaku here, buy Lukaku there. If there is no hidden agenda, I don't know what else it is. Hopefully it will all backfired someday.

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9 hours ago, Roquila said:

Juan Mata

Kevin de Bruyne

Romelu Lukaku

Andre Schurrle

Ryan Bertrand

WHAT A LEGEND MOU IS! 

Filipe Luis. We could so use him right about now.

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9 hours ago, Roquila said:

Juan Mata

Kevin de Bruyne

Romelu Lukaku

Andre Schurrle

Ryan Bertrand

WHAT A LEGEND MOU IS! 

All of them were right decisions at the time, except, probably, De Bruyne. Mata had enough playing time, but decided to leave. Lukaku decided to leave because he wasn't ready to compete (he said it himself numerous times). Schurrle, unfortunately, became very average footballer. Bertrand is a mid-table player, he's good, but not good enough.

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34 minutes ago, pHaRaOn said:

All of them were right decisions at the time, except, probably, De Bruyne. Mata had enough playing time, but decided to leave. Lukaku decided to leave because he wasn't ready to compete (he said it himself numerous times). Schurrle, unfortunately, became very average footballer. Bertrand is a mid-table player, he's good, but not good enough.

Lukaku - He left because we signed Samuel fucking Eto'o instead of trying to develop a striker which we all knew had world class potential. Torres - Ba - Eto'o, this strikeforce was better than Lukaku in Joses opinion.

De Bruyne - Nothing to say here

Schurrle - If I remember correctly, Schurrle was pretty good off the bench and I still think he would be a good back-up

Bertrand - Again, good LB/LWB back-up

Felipe Luis - Don't get me started 

Juan Mata - Another good option to have off the bench to unlock games.

Let's not talk about Salah/Cuadrado who were so badly coached and treated that any thought given to that situation would just anger me.

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If the stories of Agent Mourinho trying to lure Bakayoko to United aswell after snatching Lukaku from our grasp then it is clear as day that the success of Contes first season at Chelsea has given him nightmares. Jealous prick.

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1 hour ago, Roquila said:

Lukaku - He left because we signed Samuel fucking Eto'o instead of trying to develop a striker which we all knew had world class potential. Torres - Ba - Eto'o, this strikeforce was better than Lukaku in Joses opinion.

De Bruyne - Nothing to say here

Schurrle - If I remember correctly, Schurrle was pretty good off the bench and I still think he would be a good back-up

Bertrand - Again, good LB/LWB back-up

Felipe Luis - Don't get me started 

Juan Mata - Another good option to have off the bench to unlock games.

Let's not talk about Salah/Cuadrado who were so badly coached and treated that any thought given to that situation would just anger me.

Lukaku said himself that he wasn't ready for a top team at that time and he asked to leave.

De Bruyne deserved more chances, yes.

Schurrle has never been the same after that mystery illness post World Cup.

Bertrand would be good back-up, yes, but the thing is he wanted to be a starter, not a back-up.

Shame it didn't work out with Filipe Luis, but even Filipe himself stated that he wasn't able to adapt to Premier League.

Mata had enough game time under Mourinho, but sulked after he was substituted and decided to leave.

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1 hour ago, pHaRaOn said:

Lukaku said himself that he wasn't ready for a top team at that time and he asked to leave.

De Bruyne deserved more chances, yes.

Schurrle has never been the same after that mystery illness post World Cup.

Bertrand would be good back-up, yes, but the thing is he wanted to be a starter, not a back-up.

Shame it didn't work out with Filipe Luis, but even Filipe himself stated that he wasn't able to adapt to Premier League.

Mata had enough game time under Mourinho, but sulked after he was substituted and decided to leave.

Think it's easy to look at those players and say it's their fault or choice that they left but main issue IMO was Mourinho had his preferences and ostracized certain players. It's been beaten to death by now but a preferred Mourinho player can play badly and still finds himself in the starting XI while the one not preferred can play well but will still find himself out of the XI. It would be hard not to think of leaving if you're in the latter situation.

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13 hours ago, pHaRaOn said:

Lukaku said himself that he wasn't ready for a top team at that time and he asked to leave.

De Bruyne deserved more chances, yes.

Schurrle has never been the same after that mystery illness post World Cup.

Bertrand would be good back-up, yes, but the thing is he wanted to be a starter, not a back-up.

Shame it didn't work out with Filipe Luis, but even Filipe himself stated that he wasn't able to adapt to Premier League.

Mata had enough game time under Mourinho, but sulked after he was substituted and decided to leave.

he wasnt ready no, but torres and ba were not ready. Mourinho would rather play those 2 (then say all season that we have no strikers) , than develop a player who was already more competent than the experienced options, he has 0 vision

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On July 8, 2017 at 5:10 PM, RoyalBlues said:

He is the special 'weird' one. Sell Mata here, play him there. Sell Lukaku here, buy Lukaku there. If there is no hidden agenda, I don't know what else it is. Hopefully it will all backfired someday.

Has he even played that much more at United under Mou than here? He seems to be in and out of the side similarly from what i gather, only difference is the media aren't kicking off about it.

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16 hours ago, lucio said:

he wasnt ready no, but torres and ba were not ready. Mourinho would rather play those 2 (then say all season that we have no strikers) , than develop a player who was already more competent than the experienced options, he has 0 vision

Two wrong's don't make a right, furthermore i think as the season went on Lukaku would have been Eto's understudy (who's contribution's that season were disgustingly under appreciated, it still annoy's me people thought Torres was better) as it was pretty evident early on Jose didn't like Torres or Ba.

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Jose Mourinho heaps praise on Manchester United new boy Romelu Lukaku: 'I like everything he does... he's now a top striker'

 

This cannot get any weirder

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