Despite his outspoken nature, Chelsea should stick with Mourinho

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Is he on borrowed time at Chelsea?

Date: 25th April 2014 at 6:41pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

Jose Mourinho may feel most secure in English football, a country that is accepting of his ways, both as a football manager and a personality away from the dugout. But that’s when drawing comparisons with what he faced in Italy and Spain, and not necessarily to say English football will hold unwavering tolerance of the Portuguese manager. Mourinho parted company with Real Madrid last year because fires erupted on numerous fronts, notably in his clash with club captain Iker Casillas. It eventually led to a breakdown in relationship with a host of senior Spanish figures inside the dressing room. His relationship with the media then spiralled into disaster, with much of the criticism being that ... Read More


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