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  1. Jose Mourinho thread

    This forum has changed.
  2. Jose Mourinho thread

    What did you have for dinner?
  3. Jose Mourinho thread

    The circus called and they need their clown back.
  4. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    Sounds totally believable.
  5. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    Italy are unbeaten in their qualification and finished top of their group.The national team has only lost once under him, in a friendly. He has 56% win ratio. With Juventus his win % was over 67%. Jose's win ratio at Chelsea in his first spell is not as good as Conte's was at Juve, however for direct comparison in the same league, Jose had a win % of 62%, and I am pretty sure most people would say that Jose did OK in Italy. Conte basically rebuilt Juve and took them back to the top of Italian football after years of turmoil. How on earth that is "not very good" is beyond me.
  6. Jose Mourinho thread

    HI IDIOT I CAN USE CAPS TOO Do you want the exact quote from the book, idiot? If so I'll happily dig it out for you when I get home this evening, idiot. Edit: here's a snapshot of those words, idiot. I have made it bold so that it is idiot-friendly. "‘We established that several very desirable candidates were unavailable. It became apparent that Jose Mourinho had given his word to Roman Abramovich that he would return to Chelsea and that Carlo Ancelotti would succeed him at Real Madrid. We also knew Jurgen Klopp was happy at Borussia Dortmund and would be signing a new contract".
  7. Jose Mourinho thread

    I'm sure you won't be surprised to learn that again I have deemed this latest post of yours as more unadulterated shite. Given that old red nose Ferguson is happy to hang all and sundry out to dry in each and every one of his published works, it is highly unlikely that he would unnecessarily pass comment on Mourinho's overt commitment to Abramovich and Chelsea at the time of the Moyes appointment. What would Ferguson achieve by making these comments? Why bother? To me, it read like they had actually approached Mourinho who told them that there was no chance, not the other way around. For me, they were lumbered with Moyes as Jose had already committed his future elsewhere. You've backed yourself into a corner on this one chief and it would be easier to hold your hands up and concede that you're wrong. Belittling others on here and shooting them down simply because "you are right" is the sole reason that I am responding in an equally condescending and unpalatable manner. I'll see your cuntishness, and raise you 10 cunt points.
  8. Jose Mourinho thread

    With all due respect, shite. I had the misfortune of reading Sir Alex Ferguson's book, "leading", a few months ago. In it, Ferguson himself says that at the time of the David Moyes appointment, when possible successors were being discussed, that it was clear that Mourinho was going back to chelsea having already given his word to Abramovich that he would return. I think that stacks up as fairly comprehensive evidence to counter your grotesque passive aggressive attitude.
  9. Welcome Pato

    http://www.independent.co.uk/sport/football/transfers/alexandre-pato-chelsea-consider-ending-strikers-loan-deal-early-without-brazil-international-making-a6936331.html
  10. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    How many times do people need to be told that Hiddink doesn't want the job?
  11. Radamel "the project" Falcao

    Bump for lolz
  12. Eden Hazard

    This.
  13. Antonio Conte - Now Officially Manager

    Pirlo said: “I love the man, I have nothing but respect and admiration for him. I know if he takes a job, any job, it will have to be on his terms. “The players he wants to sign, those he wants to get rid of, the style he wants to play. “If you sign him as your coach and then as the owner you want to start making ­decisions, he is not the coach for you. “If you let him get on with things and do his methods, then you will have a team that plays attractive football and will, without doubt, be successful.” Pirlo has also described Conte as “a beast with two wives” – his own and football. The midfielder, who played for the incoming Blues boss at Juve, revealed that Conte’s wife Elisabetta is fully ­understanding of his obsession with winning and his attention to detail. He added: “There is a beast in him. I have been in his dressing room at half-time when we have been winning, but he comes in and will be throwing full bottles of water around because of a mistake we made or because he feels we should be further ahead. “His life is football. I know he is up until 3-4am in the morning, studying videos, looking at errors, ­studying the opposition of the next game. It is a good job Elisabetta is such an understanding wife, and if he takes the Chelsea job then she will have plenty of time to enjoy London, because he has two wives – Elisabetta and football. “I even know he will turn on the bedroom lights in the middle of the night because he has thought of something he needs to write down – you will not find a more understanding woman than her.” Chelsea held talks with Conte in London on Thursday. He is understood to have spoken with director Marina Granovskaia having already impressed ­Technical Director Michael Emanalo. Conte has previously managed at Arezzo, Bari, Atalanta and Siena. At Bari, he clinched the Serie B title. At Siena, he finished second in the same division. As a player he lifted five titles, the Champions League and the UEFA Cup among a clutch of trophies with Juventus. “I have played under a lot of great managers.” said Pirlo. “But I can say that Conte is a genius. Like all men who possess genius, he is a little mad. “The man can be a beast, a dressing room when he is angry is one of the most dangerous places you can be.”
  14. Andreas Christensen

    Get your tin hat on and prepare for the pro-RLC onslaught.

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