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5 hours ago, Spiller86 said:

We've got money again and José wants a return. Love it!

Exactly what I thought; there is no way he would’ve thought about it before seeing Todd get his wallet out!

I like Jose, he redeemed himself after joining Tottenham with his ‘my Chelsea’ remarks after, but….

We are no way a Jose team anymore, the first thing he’d probably do is sell Reece or something wacky! I’m in for this growing the team again and don’t think that’s his way at all!

Not discounting the idea if we continue to drop points everywhere though!

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I would be very disappointed if he came back here. 

Not sure who mentioned it in this forum that we made a similar mistake in the past when we were building a young attacking team yet we get Jose as a manager. 

At last am excited by the profile of our new signings, young with huge potential and getting Mourinho back will destroy this momentum. I want to give Potter a chance for now, if he can't do it than my preference would be Zidane. 

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33 minutes ago, Gentian said:

I would be very disappointed if he came back here. 

Not sure who mentioned it in this forum that we made a similar mistake in the past when we were building a young attacking team yet we get Jose as a manager. 

At last am excited by the profile of our new signings, young with huge potential and getting Mourinho back will destroy this momentum. I want to give Potter a chance for now, if he can't do it than my preference would be Zidane. 

Last time can be semi rationed to the fact that there was a genuine opening to win the title and a possibility that Jose may have wanted to find a club to "settle down" with after doing his European tour which he always hinted at, infact I do genuinely believe he wanted to do that but when push comes to shove he always reverts to type.

If we did it now though after he's proven in multiple jobs that he's never going to change it would be absolutely criminal negligence bordering on sabotage. It would top even thinking Lukaku could come into a heavy pressing team that relies on clever movement and good link up play.

The worry is however as I said above I think Jose fools himself (that he can change his ways) as much as he does anyone else, so could he fool Boehly and Eghbali with a sales pitch given he'll go into it genuinely believing what he's saying himself? I would say no but I'm not as confident i was (that Marina and Roman would see through it).

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Jose can stay well away from this club the traitor. Sold KDB and Salah which boosted 2 of our rivals for years to come and he joined our other 2 rivals with the intention of winning major trophies with them to our detriment. Just because he failed it doesn't mean I'll ever forget what could've been. F%&k him

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Football changes over time. He was easily the best manager in the world during the 2000's (and still very good in the 2010's) but that was back when most teams were playing 4-4-2. I don't think his tactics are anywhere near as effective as they used to be against the pressing and low blocks in the modern game. Sarri's arguably doing a better job in the Serie A without having to sign the likes of Dybala.

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The worst fit there is for what Boehly is trying to build at this club.

Toxic and past it. His first move would probably be to tie Azpilicueta down to a new contract and build the team around him and Koulibaly.

Then move in the market for Eric Dier and bring Matic back to the club.

Once a great manager, unfortunately his big ego keeps him stuck in the dungeons of his past. Never in the history of football has there even been a top manager THAT incapable of adjusting to new techniques and tactics. I bet Mourinho still believes that the exact same things that brought him success back in the early 2000's should still perfectly work now and probably blames the new generation of players for his failure.

His ego is so big that if he'd be given the chance to go back in time, knowing from the start that De Bruyne and Salah would become world beaters, he'd still find a way to push them out.

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