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Mourinho eager to 'kill' Chelsea _44473156_mourinho_ap203.jpg Mourinho is hoping to be back in management before next seasonJose Mourinho has revealed plans to "kill" Chelsea when he returns to football management.

The former Blues boss is eager to meet the club in European competition next season and knock them out.

"If I play them in the Champions League, I want to go there and kill them - that's my message," he said.

Meanwhile, the 45-year-old denied he had signed a pre-contract agreement with Barcelona but said he was ready to return to management.

o.gifI was speaking with Mr Abramovich and chief executive Peter Kenyon because we keep in touch

Jose Mourinho

Despite expressing his desire to beat Chelsea in Europe next season, he admitted he still felt a close connection with the club.

"I still feel Chelsea is a part of me, I'll have Chelsea in my heart forever," added the Portuguese.

"I left and for five months you couldn't get a bad word from me in relation to the club and you cannot do it in the future too."

o.gif606: DEBATE What do you think of Mourinho now?

And Mourinho said his relationship with the club's owner Roman Abramovich was good after reports at the time of his departure in September 2007 suggested he left Stamford Bridge because of a rift between himself and the Russian billionaire.

"I think it was last week that I spoke with people from the club," he said.

"I was speaking with Mr Abramovich and chief executive Peter Kenyon because we keep in touch.

"I was telling them I wish them always good, I wish them always to succeed, I wish them always to win."

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Ha ha.Trust the Beeb to try turning us against Jose.I've got a good feeling to post nasty things about Alan Greene on the 606 message board,but what would be the point.

We all know he's a boring,jumped up,Guiniess drinking twat of a Paddy.

Bring it on Jose,we await your challenge with aplom.I'll be dead scared if you end up at Newcastle :lol:

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Ha ha.Trust the Beeb to try turning us against Jose.I've got a good feeling to post nasty things about Alan Greene on the 606 message board,but what would be the point.

We all know he's a boring,jumped up,Guiniess drinking twat of a Paddy.

Bring it on Jose,we await your challenge with aplom.I'll be dead scared if you end up at Newcastle :lol:

Spot on. Gutter journalism, only posted it for a laugh.

He had Chelsea in his heart, still has, ''I left and for five months you couldn't get a bad word from me in relation to the club and you cannot do it in the future too."

But dont let that stand in the way of a sensational story. Wish him the best.

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My money was on Jose going to Barca in the summer,but after Madrid getting knocked out of the Champions League last night my mind's changing and i reckon he'll choose the Bernabeau ahead of the Nou Camp.

We certainly have'nt heard or seen the last of him.

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You can tell he'll be in the game for a long time. Either Spain or Milan probably, though he could already speak both languages when he left, and said he was learning a new language, and saw ''Germany as a challenge''.

If he was still with us, we would have beaten the Yids methinks -Belletti off after 30 mins, Essien at right back :)

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Magnificent journalism, really. I had to laugh!

Mourinho the axe murderer :lol:

I can't wait for him to return to Stamford Bridge as a manager personally. He'll walk away with a victory for sure, but it would be great to give him a proper send off.

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You can tell he'll be in the game for a long time. Either Spain or Milan probably, though he could already speak both languages when he left, and said he was learning a new language, and saw ''Germany as a challenge''.

If he was still with us, we would have beaten the Yids methinks -Belletti off after 30 mins, Essien at right back :)

that's exactly what i thought during the game mate, but me i had belletti off after 10 mins, as you say put essien to RB.

regards:JBD

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He'll send them all out with machete's then? You can rely on Mourinho to be as subtle and understated as ever. The man's just one of the true character's in management and the PL is a much poorer place without him. Can't wait to see him back and wish him only the best but I have a feeling his next job will be much more of a test for him.

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Magnificent journalism, really. I had to laugh!

Mourinho the axe murderer :lol:

I can't wait for him to return to Stamford Bridge as a manager personally. He'll walk away with a victory for sure, but it would be great to give him a proper send off.

You would love it woudnt you? :whistling:

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Knowing how outspoken Jose is, he would definately want to come to Bridge and prove a point. I doubt whether it s a "gutter" journalism.

Another surprising thing was..HE IS STILL IN CONTACT WITH ROMAN.I THOUGHT THEY WERENT ON TALKING TERMS!!!

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Good to see the fire is still there with Jose! Lets face it we all loved him for those type of comments anyway and I can't see any Chelsea fan turning on him for that. Good luck to him whereever he ends up (except against Chelsea and except if he joins Liverpool :P )

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You would love it woudnt you? :whistling:
What will you do then?-gob at him like that muggy Porto fan :rolleyes: .Jose has gone,get over it!!!!!.I shall certainly give him a standing ovation 'when' he returns to The Bridge,whether he beats us or not.
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I've a feeling that Jose will take over at Man Ure when Fergie decides the time is right to up sticks and knock it on the head.

To be honest, If it was to be one of the other three, I'd rather it was Man Ure than the Arse or the Bin Dippers. Then again, Curbishley is apparently under threat at the Happy Hammers :lol:

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What will you do then?-gob at him like that muggy Porto fan :rolleyes: .Jose has gone,get over it!!!!!.I shall certainly give him a standing ovation 'when' he returns to The Bridge,whether he beats us or not.

Did I ever mention I would "GOB" at him. Some people just luv jumping to conclusions. :rolleyes:

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I've a feeling that Jose will take over at Man Ure when Fergie decides the time is right to up sticks and knock it on the head.

To be honest, If it was to be one of the other three, I'd rather it was Man Ure than the Arse or the Bin Dippers. Then again, Curbishley is apparently under threat at the Happy Hammers :lol:

well mate i'd piss myself if he did go to man ure, he'd frighten the fucking hell out of the glaziers.

thing is jose has said that he had no problem with abramovich (mind you that could be down to his severence agreement) but nontheless it seem the only one he's really got the hump with is.........yep you've got it "the gormless one"

regards:JBD

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JOSE CLARIFIES!!!!

Jose Mourinho has contacted Sky Sports News in a bid to ward off a possible war of words with former club Chelsea.

The charismatic and colourful Portuguese gave an interview earlier in the day when he said he would be out to 'kill' the Stamford Bridge side if he came up against them in the UEFA Champions League.

Mourinho, who has been out of the game since his exit from the Premier League giants in September, is keen to return to management next season, with Italy or Spain the most likely destinations.

And he initially said: "If I play them (Chelsea) in the Champions League, I want to go there and kill them - that's my message."

Funny

But the former Porto boss has since been in touch with Sky Sports News via text message to clarify his comments.

He said: "(I meant kill) in a good way, funny way. I told them I love them and want them to succeed, but if I play them one day... I want to win."

Mourinho enjoyed great success during his stint with the London club, claiming back-to-back Premier League titles, the FA Cup and two League Cups.

He remains a hugely-popular figure with the Stamford Bridge faithful after helping the club to their first league title in 50 years.

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