Chelsea should re-sign Didier Drogba this summer

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Does his arrival at Man United mean Mourinho has finally met his match?

Date: 2nd June 2014 at 6:32pm
Written by Christy Malyan

Jose Mourinho's press conference performances have been one of the hallmarks of the 2013/14 Premier League season. From dubbing his Chelsea side the title race's 'little horse' to branding Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger a 'specialist in failure', the Special One has left no stone unturned in his bid to psychologically debase his closest divisional rivals. Mourinho's public swipes can often come across as bullying, purely for the fact that no one else seems particularly prepared to join in. Wenger may be left riled and flustered, Manuel Pellegrini may show signs of losing his notorious cool for a couple of seconds and Brendan Rodgers may feel compelled to laugh off any footballing slur Mourinho throws at him, but in truth, none have dared to openly duel with the Chelsea manager. Then again, why would you want to play the Premier League's leading master of the dark arts at his own game - a man who spitefully referred to a fellow colleague as a 'Voyeur'  during his first spell at Stamford Bridge; a man who has shown he ... Read More


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