Mourinho should keep Lukaku for next season

We wrote:

Should he be ruing this broken relationship at Chelsea?

Date: 8th April 2014 at 4:32pm
Written by Thomas Hallett

Jose Mourinho did nothing to hide his disdain for Fernando Torres when the striker missed an opportunity to put his name and Chelsea’s on the score sheet against Stoke on the weekend. The Chelsea boss has done little to mask his frustrations with his striking options all season, reserving most of his fury for Torres and, indirectly, the individual who brought him to the club, owner Roman Abramovich. Samuel Eto’o is out injured. Had he not have been, he’d more than likely have started against PSG in Paris last week. Instead it was Andre Schurrle, not entirely ineffective, but offering absolutely nothing as an attacking threat. Demba Ba might as well pack his bags and head out on his holidays. Elsewhere, Romelu Lukaku is spearheading Everton’s attack on the top four, an attack which was promised by new manager ... Read More


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