- Dec 27, 2004
Jose knows he cant fuck this up. He will do everything he can to succeed. If he fails his rep will be severely damaged
There isnt many more clubs he could go to without going back to the same ones againMourinho seems like a short-sighted appointment. Can any of us see a situation where he stays longer than 1.5/2 years? All the while, what kind of toxicity will he spew out there when he (undoubtedly) isn't backed to his liking in the transfer market or bores us all to death all while making the environment at the stadium even more lame?
I would have rather seen us stick with Poch, relieve him of his duties in the summer and actually go for someone that has some sort of medium-to-long term outlook at the club.
But, in the end, I've always found great joy in seeing Mourinho get sacked, so at least this time I get to look forward to it being at the hands of the club I love!
For every cloud, fellas!
Because Jose has won everything, whereas Poch has gone from struggling to win trophies to struggling to win at home against Sheffield United?I would rather Wenger manage us than Moanrihno. His play style puts me to sleep. Why the f would you dump Poch for the most boring corrupt manager in the game. We
There's a great 45 minute documentary floating around in YouTube. It has all these insights...Mourinho - I’m sure someone posted on here a month or so ago that JM had found a new enthusiasm for the game, taken his time off to refresh his tactics, approach etc and rebuilt his coaching team. If this is the case and he’s our new manager then 1) we need to back him, and 2) be optimistic about the future based on his new game plan.
ThisImagine being a player that bought into a long term project, and while great fun, consistently fell short of silverware. Imagine as time goes on you get more and more frustrated with weird tactical decisions and in game management.
That's where the majority of our players seem to be at right now, and not just the wantaways.
Now tell me if there is a much better appointment for those players than Jose Mourinho, serial winner, world class tactician and the grandmaster of shithousing and game management.
For Jose he might be walking into the hungriest dressing room since the first time he walked into Chelsea. I think he wants this underdog success story and it could just be a perfect match (for the 2-3 years before it inevitably all goes up in flames.
I've watched all those teams over the years, the Real Madrid team was his best one from the tactical attacking aspect and they scored countless goals from fast interchange football that had clearly been worked on off the training pitch. It was Real Madrid though....... but saying that I'd not sniff at some of that here.Great post mate, completly get your perspective on Jose if it’s him.
personally as posted above I don’t think his teams do always play boring football and our fans would hopeudlly start to realise that if he takes over but also massively agree the football set-up needs to work that’s where levy lets us down more than anything.
One thing I’ve always liked about Mourinho’s style is that he doesn’t use possession as if there is a separate league to win for highest possession. I’m overly ready for letting go of some possession obsession.I would rather Wenger manage us than Moanrihno. His play style puts me to sleep. Why the f would you dump Poch for the most boring corrupt manager in the game. We