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Fulham Broadway

The Mourinho Thread

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mata was such a badass from setpiece, schrulle and william are downgrade to his delivery quality no wonder its different....

But there's also the fact there is less combination of movements in the box. Agains, it's simple one on one and strength that he relies on.

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He just said in his post match conference to Sky that he didn't expect Norwich to come and sit deep... Seriously Jose?

don't think there's anything wrong in this specific statement. Norwich do need a win.

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dont make a mountain out of a molehill.

he gave a very honest assessment of the game.

and what is wrong with saying that he dint expect norwich to come and sit deep. norwich with a draw are at 33 points, sunderland are at 35 and wba are at 36 with sunderland and wba to play EACH OTHER. sunderland have a better goal difference than norwich (massively) and wba getting a point secures their PL for next season. so it was downright STUPID of norwich to come and play the way they did.

so they shocked us ,, and we couldn't overcome their tactics ,,, GREAT ...

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he's failed in pretty much everything he tried this season

he failed to improve our creativity and ability to produce free flowing football

he failed to win a trophy with his defensive tactics

he failed to integrate any youth players in the team

This was never a reality in the first season.

More like a second or third season thing.

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Mourinho on our strikers...

http://www.chelseafc.com/news-article/article/3805203/title/final-whistle-verdict-we-risked-everything

'Our strikers are good strikers, no doubt about that, but they are players with specific qualities, they are not the kind of players who, in five square metres, with three or four players around them can get the ball, dribble around and make the shot.

'When the team is in a difficult situation they are not normally able to resolve that but they are good players, players I respect and they have given everything over the season to help.

'To compete in a competition full of good teams and in the Champions League against the best teams in the world, which isn't the case in the Europa League, the boys did a good job. It didn't make us completely happy, of course, we want more, but it's a base from which to start from next season.'

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so they shocked us ,, and we couldn't overcome their tactics ,,, GREAT ...

or simply put we could not break them down like wba, whu, villa, palace etc etc...

i really dont think we were set up to just counter today, but these days if the manager gives his honest assessment of things, even that is taken out of context.

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or simply put we could not break them down like wba, whu, villa, palace etc etc...

i really dont think we were set up to just counter today, but these days if the manager gives his honest assessment of things, even that is taken out of context.

Quite frankly Ive stopped listening to Jose ,, I just judge what I see on the pitch

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don't think there's anything wrong in this specific statement. Norwich do need a win.

dont make a mountain out of a molehill.

he gave a very honest assessment of the game.

and what is wrong with saying that he dint expect norwich to come and sit deep. norwich with a draw are at 33 points, sunderland are at 35 and wba are at 36 with sunderland and wba to play EACH OTHER. sunderland have a better goal difference than norwich (massively) and wba getting a point secures their PL for next season. so it was downright STUPID of norwich to come and play the way they did.

I'm not making a mountain out of a molehill. Those are the words that Mourinho said. I don't understand how anyone would think that it's stupid for Norwich to come to the Bridge and not go all out attacking gung-ho when they clearly don't have the talent or players to do such.

Norwich needed a win but do you seriously think they'd try and win it by going all out attacking against a team that is good at counter attacking but bad at breaking down teams that sit deep? Seriously? That would be incredibly stupid from the Norwich manager. His approach was right - he tried to nick it at the end when the game opened up by bringing on Redmond who caused chaos near the end of the game but it didn't happen for them.

I do think he let that slightly affect his game plan - hence why when he realised that Norwich came to defend he changed it up at HT by straight away bringing on Luiz and Hazard. Also partly the reason why we were slow and lethargic in the first half. Mourinho was clearly being reactive again rather than proactive.

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I'm not making a mountain out of a molehill. Those are the words that Mourinho said. I don't understand how anyone would think that it's stupid for Norwich to come to the Bridge and not go all out attacking gung-ho when they clearly don't have the talent or players to do such.

Norwich needed a win but do you seriously think they'd try and win it by going all out attacking against a team that is good at counter attacking but bad at breaking down teams that sit deep? Seriously? That would be incredibly stupid from the Norwich manager. His approach was right - he tried to nick it at the end by bringing on Redmond who caused chaos near the end of the game but it didn't happen for them.

I do think he let that slightly affect his game plan - hence why when he realised that Norwich came to defend he changed it up at HT by straight away bringing on Luiz and Hazard. Mourinho was clearly being reactive again rather than proactive.

norwich needed a win to stay in PL!!! do u even understand what was on the line here??? the cost of this result!!! what have they gained getting a point here. how much do u wanna bet on a 0-0 result on sunderland and wba? it was stupid of them. or do u think they are going to do the same thing against arsenal next week!!! i mean if a point helps u in ANYWAY, i can understand them doing what they did. but rather they have set the scene up perfectly for wba and sunderland to decide their own destinies. i am just thinking from norwich point of view that would they even be happy in getting a point.

so u think jose was playing a counter attacking game by starting lamps and ba rather than luiz and torres??!!!

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I'm not making a mountain out of a molehill. Those are the words that Mourinho said. I don't understand how anyone would think that it's stupid for Norwich to come to the Bridge and not go all out attacking gung-ho when they clearly don't have the talent or players to do such.

Norwich needed a win but do you seriously think they'd try and win it by going all out attacking against a team that is good at counter attacking but bad at breaking down teams that sit deep? Seriously? That would be incredibly stupid from the Norwich manager. His approach was right - he tried to nick it at the end by bringing on Redmond who caused chaos near the end of the game but it didn't happen for them.

I do think he let that slightly affect his game plan - hence why when he realised that Norwich came to defend he changed it up at HT by straight away bringing on Luiz and Hazard. Also partly the reason why we were slow and lethargic in the first half. Mourinho was clearly being reactive again rather than proactive.

Naaa I don't think that is the problem, even if we TRIED to be proactive we can't because Jose doesn't know how, which has really been a weakness for the majority of his career and what got him in trouble with Roman/Madrid in the past. Because he has been setting his sides to be reactive for the majority of his career he doesn't know/want to change his approach. I think Pep is about to fall into the same problem as seen with Bayern and why Atletico will eventually struggle next season too to repeat this feast imo.

Today was as good as all out attack as we could see from Chelsea and it was terrible. Do we think an amazing striker is going to help change that? It wasn't down to easy missed chances but just lacking creativity and knowledge to break these teams down.

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I ignored your posts a long time ago, but someone decide to quote it, and I knew who you were replying.

Man, listen, I don't know you, but at Talk Chelsea you are really a despicable person. When you have no more arguments, you always come with thins kind of thing: you are a real supporter. Your opinion really matters because YOU are a SUPPORTER.

You are always trying to manipulate other people's opinion. Week after week you are on Ramires and Luiz topic spreading your negativism, but when people appears to criticize Mourinho, Cahill or Lampard, they just have an agenda and/or are negative members.

I don't even see myself as a SUPPORTER, so don even bother about that, if you think you demoralizing me with that kind of thing, you couldn't be more wrong. I'm just a fan. But I find it really amusing that, if Mourinho is a Chelsea's manager today, its not to put a smile in the face of 40.000 at SB. If it weren't for "plastic fans" and "glory hunters" buying blue shirts and watching games around the globe, at this point probably one player at the end of his career would be the head coach.

Thats a big dilemma in those people's mind: they love the currently status as giant club, but they can't stand the other things the success brings. In those people's wettest dreams, Chelsea would be this powerful club, winning UCL finals, house for great international players at the peak of their careers, but still a club restricted to Chelsea SUPPORT that has been there for a while.

For me, I think its really odd that at the same time you see some people as insignificant, your seems really bothered by those people. How can anyone be bothered by an insignificant thing?

To end the whole thing: I think you have been at this forum long enough to understand this place is not a home for the "type of fan" you are talking about, actually the vast majority of this forum is composed by people you really want to avoid (unless they are positive toward players and managers you like, and negative towards the ones you dislike).

ps: cancer is a fucking serious stuff, you should understand that word can means a lot for some people, but thats exactly what I would expect from a despicable member like you (I'll repeat member, I don't know who you are as a person).

:wave:

Good post.

To be fair I'm getting tired with his boring shit of having to protect Mourinho every single post.

It's borderline irritating like those Torres fan.

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Mourinho On his strikers : "It didn't make us completely happy, of course, we want more, but it's a base from which to start from next season."


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