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The "Mourinho Stay Or Go" thread. Put me down for a big fat............. STAY

I simply love the bloke. After today's game, where we frankly embarassed the gooners in their own back yard, the sight of JM going to our fans, clapping our players and giving the "chins up" sign. bow.gif

Tuesday night is banished from my mind. I have not a single doubt with JM in charge we will return bigger, stronger, faster and better next season.

Oh ye of little faith. The man is a living God.

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make that two Just!!!!!!!! Jose has been accused of lacking class by the media, rival clubs and their fans, but that bit at the end was all class and it was jose laying a marker down for the cup final and next season if you ask me...he'd just lost his first title for five years, but he's coming out fighting and telling us to do the same...I thought it was all the more defiant as the sad bitter arse fans heckled the players and jose

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The "Mourinho Stay Or Go" thread. Put me down for a big fat............. STAY

I simply love the bloke. After today's game, where we frankly embarassed the gooners in their own back yard, the sight of JM going to our fans, clapping our players and giving the "chins up" sign. bow.gif

Tuesday night is banished from my mind. I have not a single doubt with JM in charge we will return bigger, stronger, faster and better next season.

Oh ye of little faith. The man is a living God.

Too right, Just. My membership renewal depends on Jose being around. Todays game gave me such a lift. I'll be honest I thought we'd be buried alive after the hopeless Boula-snooze went off, but I was so, so wrong. The boys did us proud and Jose's march across the pitch and his chin up signal was brilliant. The missus was in tears and I must admit to being a bit choked up myself (in a manly kind of way, you understand!).

Bring on Wednesday - time to set a few things straight!

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If those 3 futures are properly secured this off season, theres no reason why we won't come back bigger and better.

We'll be back... And we'll win the title, won't get it handed to us. icon_wink.gif

I bet they get a wonderful reception at the Bridge when we run out, very proud of our team.

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Jose has been accused of lacking class by our own fans on here !!!!!!!!!

Some people will say his reaction at the final whistle was all about getting his face on the telly and taking the limelight away from the players. icon_rolleyes.gif

Do I give a tupenny toss about class ????? icon_rolleyes.gif Do I give a tupenny toss that JM doesn't admit we weren't the better team whenever we lose to a rival ??? Do I give a tupenny toss Jose cries foul whenever he feels we are the victims of a dodgy decision ????

Yeah OK then perhaps I do. Probably about as much as Manc fans do when they hear SlurAlix moaning again about added on time at the end of a game. Or Le Arse fans watching Wenger having the punch-up with Pardew on the touchline. Or the calm-downs hearing Pilsbury Benitez calling their closest rivals "a small club".

Jose is not perfect. No football manager is. No doubt, he has made mistakes with some of the players he has brought, some of the formations he has set-up and some of the tactics he has employed. No doubt he will make some mistakes in the future. But he cares deeply about his players and, I believe while he is here, us fans. He is the only manager we have had in my Chelsea supporting lifetime that I feel hurts as much as me when we lose and feels as elated as me when we win.

Give me a passionate, emotional, one-eyed, we-wuz-robbed, biased, bleed-blue, manager like that any day of the week.

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Jose quote today

"'At half-time everybody thinks it over,' he continues, 'then in the last 10 minutes of the second-half, I think everybody thinks Chelsea is going to win the game.

'That is the spirit Chelsea play with all the time. This is down to a special group of boys, and as I told them, I love them more now than I have done in the previous seasons.

'I trust them more now and I am ready for next season. It is a pity it doesn't start tomorrow."

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If those 3 futures are properly secured this off season, theres no reason why we won't come back bigger and better.

We'll be back... And we'll win the title, won't get it handed to us. icon_wink.gif

I bet they get a wonderful reception at the Bridge when we run out, very proud of our team.

A picture paints a thousand words ...

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He is the only manager we have had in my Chelsea supporting lifetime that I feel hurts as much as me when we lose and feels as elated as me when we win.

While he's demonstrably not as good a manager, I have to disagree with the above statement. Because CR loved the club and the fans to bits, and lived every kick of the ball in his time with us.

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He is the only manager we have had in my Chelsea supporting lifetime that I feel hurts as much as me when we lose and feels as elated as me when we win.

While he's demonstrably not as good a manager, I have to disagree with the above statement. Because CR loved the club and the fans to bits, and lived every kick of the ball in his time with us.

He was a fantastic bloke Brian and I can see why you'd say that, but I'll tell you why I disagree.

Everytime Ranieri played the likes of Le Arse and United he was preparing for defeat with his oft quoted "we are still building", "we are not at their level yet" routine. It was perhaps acceptable for the first couple of seasons of his reign, but after four years in charge it had worn very thin and looked like a man getting his excuses in early. It reeked of defeatisim. I know for certain some of the players hated hearing these comments. In short, he anticipated and accepted defeat too easily.

His outpouring of emotion after the Arsenal CL quarter-final victory was genuinely touching. But I've always felt it was down to personal relief and a sense of vindication, which came as a direct result of the huge pressure he was under with the constant speculation over his position as manager. Plus it was, (finally after many attempts), his first victory over his nemesis, Wenger.

He did love the fans though. The support and backing he was given by the fans when the club's owners and adminstrators, (and indeed many of us fans), knew he wasn't up to the job and wanted him out ensured that.

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Jose has been accused of lacking class by our own fans on here !!!!!!!!!

Some people will say his reaction at the final whistle was all about getting his face on the telly and taking the limelight away from the players. icon_rolleyes.gif

Do I give a tupenny toss about class ????? icon_rolleyes.gif Do I give a tupenny toss that JM doesn't admit we weren't the better team whenever we lose to a rival ??? Do I give a tupenny toss Jose cries foul whenever he feels we are the victims of a dodgy decision ????

Yeah OK then perhaps I do. Probably about as much as Manc fans do when they hear SlurAlix moaning again about added on time at the end of a game. Or Le Arse fans watching Wenger having the punch-up with Pardew on the touchline. Or the calm-downs hearing Pilsbury Benitez calling their closest rivals "a small club".

Jose is not perfect. No football manager is. No doubt, he has made mistakes with some of the players he has brought, some of the formations he has set-up and some of the tactics he has employed. No doubt he will make some mistakes in the future. But he cares deeply about his players and, I believe while he is here, us fans. He is the only manager we have had in my Chelsea supporting lifetime that I feel hurts as much as me when we lose and feels as elated as me when we win.

Give me a passionate, emotional, one-eyed, we-wuz-robbed, biased, bleed-blue, manager like that any day of the week.

Just, you summed up my feelings perfectly. The effects of this season will make us bigger, better and stronger for next season with Jose at the helm. Jose MUST stay.

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