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Reports are emerging from Portugal that Jose Mourinho is behind the latest outburst by Drogba, bitter after losing the hot seat at Chelsea and irritated by Grant's initial success, Mourinho used his influence over Drogba in an attempt to disrupt the Chelsea dressing room, sources report that other players will give interviews to the press over the coming weeks.

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Reports are emerging from Portugal that Jose Mourinho is behind the latest outburst by Drogba, bitter after losing the hot seat at Chelsea and irritated by Grant's initial success, Mourinho used his influence over Drogba in an attempt to disrupt the Chelsea dressing room, sources report that other players will give interviews to the press over the coming weeks.

And your sources are? I've seen not one single report from Portugal that suggests this.

What a load of crap!

Jose has left Chelsea behind and is concentrating on his new life and awaiting job offers, he will probably start seriously looking in January, from reports I've read in the Portuguese press (literally the other day) he is totally relaxed and happy in his life with his family and is not sitting at home stewing over what is going on here encouraging players to rebel, the idea is just totally bizarre.

Drogba's outburst was surely done under his own steam, I doubt he needed Jose to suggest the idea, it was obvious they were close and he's an emotional guy and he came out and said things that other players have alluded to as well.

Bottom line was that Jose was the kind of coach that the players would run through brick walls for and his sudden departure caused upset and disruption for a while, the players were close to him and some were more outspoken than others in the press - I doubt Jose had a hand in it, they know their own minds and can speak or not for themselves.

Jose left Porto and they coped without him, do you think he spent his time agitating behind the scenes for players to cause trouble for the new manager?

Why should he do that at Chelsea?

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Well he did leave Porto by choice and left amicably, whereas the Chelsea break up was a least a little bitter and you definately got the sense he was pushed.

That said, I do agree with you thats its extremely unlikely Mourinho had anything to do with the Drogba outburst.

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Well he did leave Porto by choice and left amicably, whereas the Chelsea break up was a least a little bitter and you definately got the sense he was pushed.

That said, I do agree with you thats its extremely unlikely Mourinho had anything to do with the Drogba outburst.

Point taken about the Porto v Chelsea thing but I still think the idea is just way off base.

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