It’s like a love-hate relationship, where Mourinho and Chelsea are ‘on a break’ and the temptation to get back together is proving too much. They know they’re a perfect match. Maybe in the eyes of Chelsea, a match made in heaven. Who can blame them when Benitez is in charge? I wouldn’t mind having him back in England. I miss that Portuguese accent, the cocky persona and crazy dance celebrations.
“I can’t deny in spite of this disgraceful weather I love it here,” Mourinho told Sky Sports News on Tuesday. “I have a house, I have big emotional connections with Chelsea. One day I think naturally I have to be back to English football or to Chelsea or to another club. Of course Chelsea means for me differently than the other clubs. Chelsea is in my heart as Inter is for example. So one day I have to be back.”
Naturally, eh Mourinho? I see himself destined to head to Old Trafford. A man of his calibre, big personality and incomparable success as well as respect, can take over the reins from Sir Alex Ferguson. Plus, there is that tradition of sharing a bottle of wine after every game, which only serves to ignite the rumours, that behind the scenes, it’s a done deal. I do feel the green-eyed monster emerging inside me as I write this, naturally. I would give me right arm to have my football club win 1-0 every game and eventually win the league. I end this post with my top 3 Mourinho quotes :
Like me or not, I am the only one who won the world’s three most important leagues. So, maybe instead of the ‘Special One’, people should start calling me the ‘Only One’.
It’s all about omelettes and eggs. No eggs, no omelette. And it depends on the quality of the eggs. In the supermarket, you have eggs class one, class two, class three. Some are more expensive than others and some give you better omelettes. So when the class one eggs are in Waitrose and you cannot go there you have a problem.
Young players are a little bit like melons. Only when you open and taste the melon are you 100 per cent sure that the melon is good. Sometimes you have beautiful melons but they don’t taste very good and some other melons are a bit ugly and when you open them, the taste is fantastic…One thing is youth football, one thing is professional football. The bridge is a difficult one to cross and they have to play with us and train with us for us to taste the melon.