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José Mourinho - He's the One I Want

Started on 28 August 2013 by Jamie
Latest Reply on 7 September 2013 by Jamie
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Roberto Di Matteo steps down as Chelsea manager

Roberto Di Matteo has officially confirmed that he is leaving his post as the manager of Chelsea

The former Italian player was introduced to the job as an interim late this season, helping Chelsea win the UEFA Champions League Final against Bayern Munich but the ex footballer revealed exclusively a few days ago that he hated the Chelsea fans and called them c***s before storming off. This led the bosses at Chelsea to terminate Di Matteo's contract immediately and days later, Di Matteo told the bosses not to terminate the contract but instead he would step down.

"I liked managing Chelsea but the fans are idiots and they are very wild. The players are exceptional though." The former Chelsea manager then stuck two fingers up at the fans.

The Chelsea bosses issued this statement:

"We do not tolerate any insults towards us, the players or the fans. What Roberto did was disgusting and shows he really cared about the money, nothing else. We appreciate him managing the club and we will reveal the new manager in good time."
Good luck mate :P
2013-08-28 13:30#131939 wellsy1498 : Good luck mate :P

Cheers, I appreciate that. :)
Good Luck!
2013-08-28 16:02#131957 dannyrennie : Good Luck!

Cheers new update right now!
Jamie's avatar Group Jamie
10 yearsEdited

Now that Roberto Di Matteo has stepped down as Chelsea manager, we list the three managers that could be in line

Carlo Ancelotti

Carlo Ancelotti would be an ideal choice to become the new Chelsea manager. He was formerly the manager of Chelsea for two years but was dismissed in May 2011 and went on to sign for Paris Saint Germain where he currently remains. The PSG boss has never ruled out returning to Stamford Bridge and did reveal a month ago about wanting to come back.

"It is a possibility that I could return but at the moment I am managing Paris Saint Germain."

Carlo helped Chelsea win the Community Shield, the FA Cup and the Premier League so the bosses must be vying for his signature once again.

Sir Alex Ferguson

Sir Alex Ferguson is the most interesting choice in our list simply because he has recently retired and has made no claims of returning to manage another football team but all could change. The former Manchester United boss was in reign at the club from 1986 to 2012 and is arguably the most experienced out of our list. Considered as a legend by many football fans, his appointment to the London club may not be surprising.

Fergie in his lifetime with Manchester United won twelve Premier League titles, five FA Cups, four League Cups, 10 Community Shields, two UEFA Champions League titles, one UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, one UEFA Super Cup, one Intercontinental Cup and one FIFA Club World Cup.

José Mourinho

Despite Fergie boasting more experience and trophies, José Mourinho is the favourite to get the job out of the three contenders. The Real Madrid boss is said to have wanted to return to the club that captured his heart which is Chelsea. José previously managed Chelsea back in 2004 but left in 2007 for Real Madrid but has always wanted to come back. Regarded as 'The Special One' by Chelsea supporters, José may be in for a chance and is said to have begged bosses at Chelsea to give him the job.

José managed to bag Chelsea two Premier Leagues, two League Cups, one FA Cup and one Community Shield.

Nice update mate, would be interesting to see S.A.F manage Chelsea! See if he could replicate his United success.
2013-08-28 21:36#132041 Nathaniel : NO, NOT FERGIE!! HE MUST NEVER JOIN A HUGE RIVAL!!

Nice update mate, would be interesting to see S.A.F manage Chelsea! See if he could replicate his United success.

It's not Fergie, clues in the title actually because thats not the surprise. Lets just say, the special one will have a special 'some one' in this story ;)
New update should come soon.

Signing the Contract

My heart is beating so fast that it is uncontrollable and now I feel the earth is about to move. I can see that in this meeting today, I will not be able to concentrate for a split second without feeling the weight of my head. As I shift between seats outside the board room, I await the voice of Roman Abramovich telling me to enter. As soon as I sit back down, he arrives, waiting for me. I proceed to enter and sit next to him.

"Welcome Mr Mourinho, it is a delight to see you once again," he laughs as if it is a bad thing. I sit there awkwardly waiting for the formalities to end. He smiles and ushers someone to get the contract I presume.

"So José, you do understand that whilst Chelsea were phenomenal under your reign last time, we have to begin with a one year contract, just in case Chelsea lose anything," I gulp and nod, taking into account everything he has just said. He's basically said, if we lose, I'm sacked and Chelsea are screwed. Great.

"Here you go. Sign here please."

He gives me the pen and I immediately sign without fail, prompting enthusiasm in my new job.

"Welcome Mr Mourinho to Chelsea FC, the home of your new job."
Gd luck, following ;)
2013-08-29 20:51#132208 Mervmeister : Gd luck, following ;)

Cheers, I promise you that it won't be boring but instead different, the title hints it. And "The Special One"
New update is out soon.
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10 yearsEdited

José Mourinho is the new manager at Chelsea

All across the world, Chelsea supporters around the world were glued to the TV as the new manager of the football club was announced. José Mourinho, the former Chelsea manager who was in reign of the club from 2004 to 2007 returned to the London club today, pleasing many fans along the way. Stood near the chairman of the club, Roman Abramovich, José took his place and said a few words before leaving. It's thought José will do a press conference in the coming days.

"I cannot believe I am stood here again today at Stamford Bridge, awaiting the media. It was my dream to return and now I am finally here, it doesn't feel like reality. I want Chelsea to become the best team in the world and to do that, I'm going to reshape the team top to bottom."
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10 yearsEdited

Marouane Fellaini wants to move to Chelsea?

He's wanted by Man City and Man Utd but Marouane Fellaini could be about to test the two teams and opt for London club Chelsea a source claims. The midfielder reportedly told pals that while he thinks he may end up at Man City, José Mourinho may snap at the last chance to buy him.

"Marouane is clearly excited at leaving Everton for a new club. Since David Moyes left Everton for Manchester United, he knows that David will buy him but Marouane doesn't want to go to Manchester United."

It's thought the new Chelsea manager will bid for Marouane at £20 million for the starting bid but is prepared to go higher.

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