Mourinho: The Man Who Loves That You Love To Hate Him

Whilst others find solace in music or friendship, Jose Mourinho is never happier than when winding up 50,000 people. It's what he does best, and he does it better than anyone..

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noelk (Arsenal) says...

I think Arsenes strategy of essentially ignoring Jose (unless pressed by the media to respond to some inanity) is the wisest - bearing in mind the old saying that you should never wrestle with pigs, cos' everybody just gets filthy!

Posted 7:56pm 5th May 2014

noelk (Arsenal) says...

I still think Wenger deals with Jose in exactly the right manner - he basically ignores him (unless pressed by the media to rebut some inane jibe), as the old saying goes -dont wrestle with a pig cos' you just end up getting dirty.

Posted 5:12pm 5th May 2014

roversteaboy84 says...

KuriKuri, he did that months ago when he ditched Juan Mata.

Posted 10:43pm 4th May 2014

ali_v_s (Chelsea) says...

Don't for a minute think that he didn't see what happened at Anfield as revenge for the pain Liverpool have caused him in the past. I loved it.

Posted 1:26pm 4th May 2014

KuriKuri (Wigan Athletic) says...

I've gotta say. I'm warming to Jose, because he is finally warming up. He's willing to smash into his best player to make his point; do what I say, when I say, how I say.

Posted 4:26pm 2nd May 2014

nboy (Liverpool) says...

fevriul. Coming from a supported of a club who has John Terry as their captain is a bit rich. Mourinho is classless manager at a classless club with classless supporters. Perfect fit. Happily the sycophantic English press is beginning to realise they were backing the wrong horse and are starting to question his behaviour. The press in Italy and Spain got it a long time ago!

Posted 2:01pm 2nd May 2014

HarryBoulton says...

I'm sure he doesn't really care, seeing as his trophy cabinet is already freaking under the weight of all the contents inside. And, of course, his £10m p/a salary as well.

Posted 12:27pm 2nd May 2014

blueblood (Chelsea) says...

Mourinho should be fired if he wins nothing this season. Ancelotti had a much better season with Chelsea and was still fired for winning nothing in a season. I hear all this talk about next season being better but that is not very likely. speaking realistically, there are not many areas where the team can be strengthened except up front which i don't think will work anyways because i am one of those who think that the lack of goals from our strikers is due to Jose's tactics which have never really made things easy for any striker considering that strikers tend to score less under him. strengthening the team would involve more than just buying expensive players because the financial rules will make it easier for clubs to compete with us, not mentioning man u, man city, Liverpool (especially if they win the league and have more money to spend) that already can, more so other big clubs across Europe. we must remember that the other teams wont just sit back and watch us. they will also be actively involved in the market. and i don't see our brand of football under Jose attracting world class players. Chelsea will do even worse next season. you heard it here first.

Posted 12:26pm 2nd May 2014

fevriul (Chelsea) says...

@bobsy coming from a supporter of a club that is currently being investigated for racist abuse aimed at Demba Ba, what you said takes some front!

Posted 11:35am 2nd May 2014

tokyojoker (Tottenham Hotspur) says...

I think far too much credit is given to Mourinho here. You may be spot on, but there's always the chance that he's simply just a penis.

Posted 10:36am 2nd May 2014

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