Mourinho sacked!

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    Luckydestiny
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    Sean, I also think people are quick to forget, when convenient at least, exactly how much money jose had to spend first time round, and the big fat juicy squad he inherited this time to sell off, the proceeds of which he invested everything in a starting 11 that has now failed him.

    He has failed, plain and simple, and by a very large margin. Blame the players? They are HIS players!!!! He either brought them in or has had plenty of time to get rid and replace them.

    #744107

    Sean the sailor
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    He did a great job but it’s a horrible way to finish. He brought Chelsea down a lot this season with his behaviour. Massive hypocrite like all managers but he was on another level. Still, he is one of the best managers in the world. He will get a big job and I wouldn’t be suprised to see him at utd. Chelsea were outstanding up until jan last season. He won the league.its just so difficult to understand why ape erythung fell apart. Hidink did a great job last time and would be perfect till the summer.

    Who next for Chelsea? Pep in the summer? Simone which would be maddness.allegri?

    #744122

    Sean the sailor
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    Lucky, the real test for Jose to be go to a club with a low budget or somewhere were he couldn’t splash the cash. I really didn’t understand anyone giving Jose credit for his net spend over the last few seasons. He could cash in in top quality like maya, de bryune, lakaku and got crazy money for Luis. It’s not hard to wheel and deal when these players are surplus to requirements. I think he is a great manager and should have been given more time but he a cheque book manager. He needs to take a job at a club just off the top who has been struggling to make that break through.It would be really interesting to see how he did at a club like Liverpool,spurs, Napoli, Valencia, Seville etc. clubs who are really trying to make the step up. im not talking about spurs or Liverpool now but yiu catch my drift mate.

    #744128

    nine nine nine
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    sean, Simeone is also very combustible, personally as much as I loved Jose football wise I would like a Manager that doesn’t involve the club in so much controversy.

    #744134
    taxidriverlfc
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    Pretty Inevitable given the recent events at the Bridge, Lost Dressing Room, Criticism publicly of players and overall poor pitch performances have all contributed to Jose’s downfall. Shame as I liked the Mourinho 2004 Vintage but this time He seemed to go sour on everyone bar Chelsea fans until the end.

    #744140
    taxidriverlfc
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    They’re talking Hiddink until the end of the season, Would Bielsa be a good fit if no one else is available.

    #744143
    Luckydestiny
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    sean, I get you fella but I think he would find his work “betrayed” even more in some of these clubs as they will also not be the richest in the league and will be forced to have some players that cant always follow his instructions.

    P.s,Looks like uncle guus is coming back short term and I am bleeding delighted if that is true 🙂

    #744176
    Diabolo Rouge
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    I believe Eva’s treatment was the final nail in the coffin. Since that event, Chelsea went down. But I think the players at Chelsea are still ruling the club which is a very bad thing. Some players should take their share of responsibility. As for Jose, he need to change his bad habit, be a good man. He really need some time off, re-energized himself and come back in the game.

    #744215
    number_seven
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    I overheard a pundit on the radio the other day and he said that whoever gets Mourinho next will potentially be getting the absolute best of him. He’ll no doubt be absolutely determined to prove Chelsea and Roman were wrong to not stick by him and will have learnt as much from his downfall this season as during any trophy laden season.

    I’m in two minds over him. I don’t particularly want to see him at one of my team’s rivals (ie City) as when he gets it right, his teams are a real force. On the other hand, I’m not keen on having him at my club due to the baggage. All that said, I welcome him in the PL purely because he creates interesting headlines and we all love to hate him as rival fans. Can’t win really then!

    #744230

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    Ramos is favourite with the bookies, but with most of these things the bookies get some inside info of what is going on, with RA however I think it is all guess work as RA talks to no one and I think everyone has to guess what he is going to do.

    #744245
    Luckydestiny
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    number-seven, while there could be some truth to that, it doesnt matter how determined jose is, if the club cant buy the best players jose will not cope with being 2nd best for an extended period of time. My money is on PSG. Outspend everyone in the league each year, like at porto, chelsea first time and inter, and be able to focus on champs league as the domestic league is a stroll. All the while adding another precious league title to his collection in a 5th country. He is special, but only at special clubs in special circumstances.

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    Red Herring
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    There’s a good chance that Rafa may be available soon……

    #744311
    j c
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    A good winner, but a bad loser. I always wondered how JM would cope if he ever had to preside over a club during a difficult period, with his egotistical attitude.
    I guess now we know.
    Sometimes a bit of humility and consideration for others at the club, whether it be the players or staff, goes a long way toward lifting yourselves out of a hole.

    Will be interesting to see where Mourinho ends up next, and whether he’s learned anything from this experience.

    #744341

    nine nine nine
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    Are there any winners that are good losers jc? I am not sure there are.

    #744353

    nine nine nine
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    Red Herring, not a chance of the match going fans accepting Rafa, and Abramovich will know that which is why Abramovich won’t go there again!

    #744359
    Jay belfast
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    Paxman hiddink has been the overwhelming favourite since the sacking was announced.

    Hiddink 1/3
    Guardiola 5/1
    Ramos 7/1
    Rest 12/1

    #744365

    nine nine nine
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    Paxman, Guus Hiddink is the favourite to take over at evens with the bookies Ramos is 9/1. But who knows for sure.

    #744374

    nine nine nine
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    …..according to SSN’s.

    #744395
    Jay belfast
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    Lucky that’s a bit harsh and a bit disloyal. Say what you want about mourinho but he layed all the foundations for any success that followed him. He also presided over 3 of our 5 league titles.

    Yes he had his faults and yes he probably deserved the sack this time around but I find it little distasteful that any Chelsea fan would stick the boot in like you just have considering what he done for us and all that he achieved.

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    nine nine nine
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    Seconded!

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