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The pressure is on Mourinho and it shows. 6

Posted on July 31, 2014 by Guest Writer

Yesterday JTN wrote of the ridiculous comments of Mourinho in relation to the importance of Chelsea to England, he referred to three players with the potential to become England regulars but omitted to mention it was unlikely to be until the World Cup after next, if at all. Chelsea don’t produce England internationals any longer, there are no more John Terrys coming through, they buy them. In fact Chelsea don’t produce any internationals, they might help develop a few by loaning out expensive purchases to other clubs before offloading them once their ambition finally kicks in and they want out.

No way Jose 1

Posted on July 30, 2014 by Guest Writer

Jose Mourinho yesterday suggested that Chelsea are the club that England will turn to for their star players of the future naming youngsters Baker, Brown and Solanke as certainties for the national team in years to come. Just how two 17 yr olds and a 19 yr old are going to be able to grow into internationals with Chelsea is not explained, let’s face it several other far more experienced and potential stars have never been given a shot at the club, they have even brought back Drogba having let him leave a couple of years back. Of course Mourinho has probably only brought this to the attention of the media to explain the terrible lack of English players in his set up.

Wenger and Arsenal “Specialists in Failure”. 22

Posted on February 14, 2014 by Guest Writer

Only yesterday someone on this site commented that Jose Mourinho had become a little too big for his boots and his comments and even his voice had begun to grate on them, THEN his comments today about Arsenal and Arsene Wenger earns him some forgiveness and respect for speaking the truth about them from every Tottenham fan. Though he will deny it Mourinho is currently very vocal about the three clubs just behind his Chelsea team in the table, City and Pelligrini had already been targeted and their two results since he began earned them just a single point so now it’s the turn of Arsenal and Liverpool.

Title chase-Little Horses, Chihuahas and then there’s those damn mosquitoes. 1

Posted on February 13, 2014 by Random Spurs Supporter

Mourinho has described Chelsea as the little horses in the title race up against the might of Manchester City, the mind games have begun as he tries to get under the skin of the City coach following their unexpected victory at the Etihad, his plan looked to be going very well as Chelsea hit the summit and they had the chance to extend that lead on Tuesday before City and Arsenal played on Wednesday.  Unfortunately West Bromwich had other ideas and put in a performance that eventually earned them a deserved point in their battle against relegation. Mourinho was rocked and hopefully will remain speechless for a while at least, his gloating interviews of late have begun to grate a little even though it is good to see him back in the Premier League.

Perhaps Sherwood and Ferdinand saw the benefit of defensive midfielders tonight? 7

Posted on February 03, 2014 by Scraggs

Only last week Les Ferdinand, one of the Tottenham coaches went on record to voice his dislike of defensive midfielders, he was quite honest when he told the media that at Tottenham it is not just him though, the three first team coaches responsible for setting the team up and picking the side on match days all apparently have a total disregard for that type of player. The defensive midfielder were once referred to as the water carriers but in some teams absolutely have always been absolutely vital.

Premiership prediction City v Chelsea 35

Posted on February 03, 2014 by Eddie S

Tonight the teams immediately behind the currently league leaders Arsenal meet at the Etihad, most everybody but the most ardent of Arsenal and Chelsea supporters make City the firm favourites for the title probably because they are so fluent and are outscoring the opposition so dramatically. A win for City will see them lead the table by the end of the game and will ensure a gap to Mourinho’s Chelsea for the top two.

Willian: I was right to sign for Chelsea rather than Tottenham. 6

Posted on November 30, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

Speaking as a Tottenham supporter I have to wholeheartedly agree with the sentiments expressed by Willian as at this point it is a situation for Tottenham of more than £30m saved in relation to his transfer fee, a bullet dodged and a contractual saving of close to another £25m . Since signing for Chelsea Willian has had such an impact for them that he has made just three substitute appearances and two starts. Some might say that Tottenham have Lamela with similar playing statistics but he is only a youngster and was purchased as much for his future potential rather than for his immediate impact, Willian on the other hand is an experienced player who is close to his peak and was wanted for his immediate impact by all the clubs chasing him over the summer.

Vlad, don’t count on a move to Chelsea. 3

Posted on October 02, 2013 by Tony

Vlad Chiriches agent has already begun spouting rubbish and implying that the players move to Tottenham is merely a stepping stone to a big money move to Chelsea in a year or two. Apparently Mourinho had been keeping tabs on his development even during his time with Real Madrid. Once he has made the grade then he expects Chelsea to make a huge offer for the player in order to take him to Stamford Bridge.

What’s all the fuss, Torres deserved his 2 yellows and another red. 21

Posted on September 30, 2013 by Guest Writer

Jose Mourinho is again trying to manipulate the media in England just like he did all those years ago during his first spell with Chelsea, during his time at Real Madrid he tried to use the press to divert attention away from his own poor decisions, unrest in the camp and lack of success. Chelsea have started the season poorly by their standards, the worst start in fact of the Abramovitch era, worse still apart from the first half against Hull performances have been poor.

Tottenham-Let’s do this. 0

Posted on September 28, 2013 by Random Spurs Supporter

For the past few days all the media attention has been firmly fixed on today’s Tottenham versus Chelsea fixture, or more like AVB versus Jose Mourinho. Some of the headlines have been outrageously exagerated, there might be differences of opinion and they might not even keep in contact any longer but they have not crossed swords in the same competition or league until now.

Maybe coaches actually encourage the attention in order to protect their players from unwanted attention, it really doesn’t matter, once the players step from the tunnel onto the pitch it is virtually all about them, the coaches can shout and encourage and slightly tweak position and movement, they can make changes in personnel and formation but the real action happens on the pitch.

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