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Jose plans title challenge

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho admits this summer's transfer market holds the key to his side's title bid for next season.

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uncle monty (Liverpool) says...

tk421? A Chelsea fan actually not brainwashed by Mourinhos BS? Well wonders will never cease.

Posted 8:26pm 12th May 2014

suffolkgooner (Arsenal) says...

@tk421. Do you really think that Maureen is damaging the reputation of CFC? Seriously? Confirming it, definitely, damaging it, probably not!

Posted 4:05pm 12th May 2014

bobsy (Liverpool) says...

deepcdiver. good job you enjoyed it. its what you'll be getting while the pathetic one is around

Posted 1:30pm 12th May 2014

hump3. (Ipswich Town) says...

@tk421, at least you're keeping your chin up though eh!

Posted 1:01pm 12th May 2014

moondance says...

Come on bobsy,how could he have won the league this season when he had no strikers and surely no manager could be expected to win the league in his first season at a club...oh wait a minute,Manuel who you say ? And what's that,he had a World Cup winning £50m forward and another who scored 16 goals for Newcastle two seasons ago !

Posted 11:00am 12th May 2014

deepcdiver (Chelsea) says...

@bobsy. And what wonderful spoiling it was too. Poor old Steve Me eh

Posted 10:49am 12th May 2014

tk421 says...

I think Mourinho will be gone by the end of next season. We'll be rudderless, bereft of fun, creative players like Mata/Luiz/Hazard, having spent a f*cktonne of money on players we never actually needed. And in two seasons time we'll all be ruing the damage he will have done to both the reputation of CFC and our footballing evolution. He should f*ck off now, in fact.

Posted 10:34am 12th May 2014

quoasis (Liverpool) says...

I can see now why he's called the special one - buy all the players we want & try to win the title, where does he get this crazy out of the box thinking?. Is he finally admitting that he only wins things when he can spend tens of millions on the best players & isn't actually as great as he thinks he is. BTW I think Ashley Cole should have been player of the year - If I say that maybe everyone will comment on that & forget that we didn't win anything...

Posted 10:27am 12th May 2014

bobsy (Liverpool) says...

novel idea. should have tried that this season rather than just spoiling

Posted 9:46am 12th May 2014

moondance says...

He needs to win it next season or he will be the sacked one yet again.

Posted 9:31am 12th May 2014

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