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Should Mourinho focus more on results and less on mind-games?

Date: 23rd May 2014 at 6:47pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Jose Mourinho's mind-games and press conference performances have been one of the hallmarks of the 2013/14 Premier League season. When the Portuguese returned to Stamford Bridge last summer his inaugural proclaim was that he should now be referred to as 'the happy one', as if he had somehow become softened and subdued by four years spent under the Madridian sun. But it wasn't long before the Chelsea manager was back to his old tricks. Some of his more imaginative quips form this season, intended to pressurise his managerial rivals, include dubbing his Chelsea side the 'little horse' in the title race, comparing Manchester City to an expensive jaguar and describing Arsene Wenger as a 'specialist in failure', not to mention the self admission that everything he says is in fact a mind game. But has the Special One's ability to blur the line between psychological bantering and genuine offence actually paid off this year? Although Mourinho had written of his side's title chances as early as last summer, finishing the term just four points behind eventual winners Manchester City, Chelsea could ... Read More


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