Jose Mourinho

Mourinho lauds Chelsea's 'perfect game' post 5-0 rout over Swansea in PL clash

Jose MourinhoLondon, Jan 18 - Chelsea football team manager Jose Mourinho lauded his side's perfect game as they thrashed Swansea City 5-0 to maintain their lead on the top of the Premier League table, but also warned his players that they must win titles if they want to be remembered.

Chelsea moved five points clear of Manchester City, thanks to first-half doubles by Oscar and Diego Costa and a late strike by Andre Schurrle , in the Premier League table.

Mourinho said that it was a perfect game as everything went in their direction, but added that there is no history without titles so he claimed that if they play fantastic and don't win cups no-one would remember this team, the BBC reported.

Mourinho admits Chelsea may lose points, matches but won't be in crisis this season

Mourinho admits Chelsea may lose pointsLondon, Nov 22 : Chelsea football team manager Jose Mourinho has admitted that although the club might lose points and matches this season, they won't be in a crisis of results.

A bullish Mourinho sent a threatening warning to the rest of the Premier League by insisting that there would be no Chelsea crisis this season and also claimed that there is no pressure when one leads from the front.

With all of their traditional title rivals seemingly on the brink of crisis, unbeaten Chelsea appear bullet-proof. Mourinho remained adamant that Chelsea would not suffer a slump in form and in no mood to give a sucker an even break, The Mirror reported.

Mourinho reveals rejected offer to manage PSG twice

Jose MourinhoLondon, Oct 13 : Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has revealed that he has twice turned down the offer to manage Paris Saint Germain and admitted that he could yet go to the French champions when he is sacked at his current club.

The politically-savvy Portuguese boss insisted that he is happy at table-topping Chelsea in his second coming in West London . But he also said that he is not even halfway through a career where he has already managed in Portugal, England, Italy and Spain.

Mourinho claims introducing 'coaching breaks' in PL will make football more interesting

Jos-MourinhoLondon, Aug 25 : Chelsea football team manager Jose Mourinho has claimed that coaching breaks should be introduced into the Premier League to make football more entertaining.

Mourinho says a change in the rules would make football more entertaining and allow managers to change their tactics once during each half.

Mourinho's bizarre idea came after he admitted that he was left frustrated by their first-half display against Leicester City and admitted that he could not wait to change things at halftime, The Mirror reported.

Mourinho fined, warned over improper conduct

Jose-MourinhoLondon, April 10 : Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been fined 8,000 pounds and warned as to his future conduct, the FA said Thursday.

The FA said on its website that Mourinho was fined and warned following an Independent Regulatory Commission hearing, reports Xinhua.

Mourinho denied any improper conduct in re-entering the field of play and approaching the match referee in an attempt to speak to him, in or around the 90th minute of the game against Aston Villa March 15.

"However, the charge was found proven at a personal hearing Wednesday April 9," the statement said.

Man City enters FA Cup quarterfinals following 2-0 win over Chelsea

Johannesburg, Feb 16 - Manchester City has entered the quarter-finals of the FA Cup on Saturday after beating Chelsea 2-0 at home at the Etihad Stadium.

All of Saturday's games were preceded by a moment of reflection in memory of former England great Tom Finney, who died on Friday at the age of 91.

According to Sport24, City avenged their spoiling of their perfect home record in the Premier League by Chelsea, which beat them 1-0, by goals in each half from Stevan Jovetic and Samir Nasri in Saturday's FA Cup game.

Man U will sell Rooney this summer to overseas club: Mourinho

Jose-MourinhoLondon, Jan 18 : Chelsea's coach Jose Mourinho has said Manchester United will sell their ace striker Wayne Rooney this summer only to a club outside the Premier League.

Chelsea bid twice for Rooney and there are strong indications that Mourinho still believes he can sign the player, who has just one further season of his contract left to run.

He said maybe this summer they will try to sell Rooney to a non-direct rival, The Independent reports.

Mourinho later clarified that by non-direct rival he meant an overseas club. (ANI)

Jose Mourinho doesn't want to sell Juan Mata but says door is open

Jose-MourinhoLondon, Jan 2 : Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has left the door open for Juan Mata to quit the team, but insisted that he does not want the Spaniard to leave.

Mourinho said that he did not want Mata to go, but the door was open if he wished to leave.

According to the Metro, Mata started a match against Southampton, but reacted angrily when he was again substituted before the hour mark by Mourinho.

While the Chelsea boss insisted he was unaware of the midfielder's frustration, Mourinho admitted Mata's Stamford Bridge future is uncertain.(ANI)

Jose Mourinho labels Luis Suarez 'acrobatic swimming pool' diver

Jose-MourinhoLondon, Dec 30 : Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has reportedly called Liverpool's Luis Suarez an 'acrobatic swimming pool' diver and accused the striker of trying to con a penalty.

Mourinho said that the Uruguayan should have been booked for cheating after a challenge by Chelsea striker Samuel Eto'o in the Red's 2-1 Sunday loss at Stamford Bridge.

According to Mirror, Blues boss Mourinho said that Suarez lost that duel with Azpilicueta, Eto'o comes in, and it looks like somebody shot Suarez in the back and for him that was a clear yellow card.

Mourinho wants to manage England after 12 years if do not get Portugal job first

Jose-MourinhoLondon, Dec 24 : Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has revealed his desire to be the manager of the national England football team after 12 years, only if he does not land a similar role with his native Portugal first.

Mourinho returned to English football over the summer after re-joining Chelsea, following a stint with Real Madrid, and the Portuguese tactician says that while he is planning a lengthy stay with Chelsea, a national team job, possibly with England, is the future goal.

Chelsea boss Mourinho refuses to rule Man U out of PL title race

Jose-MourinhoLondon, Dec 7 : Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has refused to rule Manchester United out of the Premier League title chase, according to reports.

According to Metro. co. uk, Mourinho saw his side pull eight points clear of David Moyes' men on Wednesday, with Everton earning victory at Old Trafford.

However, despite United trailing pacesetters Arsenal by 12 points, Mourinho insists it is too soon to dismiss their chances of retaining the title, the report said.

Mourinho hints at Real Madrid exit

Jose-Mourinho_Madrid, May 1 : Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has hinted he will leave Real Madrid at the end of the current football season.

Asked by Britain's ITV after the Champions League semifinal which his side won 2-0 at home to Borussia Dortmund, which was not enough to overcome their first leg 1-4 defeat, whether he hoped to do better at Real Madrid next season, he replied: "Maybe not ... I don't know, but I know I want to be where I love to be, where people love me to be ..."

Mourinho leaves future in the air

Jose-MourinhoMadrid, April 3 :  Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho again avoided answering questions over his future at the club as he spoke to the press ahead of his team's Champions League quarterfinal first leg game at home to Galatasaray.

Mourinho has a contract with Real Madrid until 2016, but doubts were raised as to whether or not he would see that out last weekend when he spoke to Sky TV in England and said he was committed to the club until the end of the season, reports Xinhua.

Mourinho flirts with future

Jose-MourinhoMadrid, March 25 : The future of Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho continues to be the question of speculation in the Spanish press following a hectic weekend for the Portuguese.

Mourinho was in his home town of Setubal Saturday where he accepted a homage to celebrate his 50th birthday before making some enigmatic declarations over his future, reports Xinhua.

Europe now the prize for Real Madrid

Real-MadridMadrid, March 9 : For Real Madrid, the rest of the season begins now.

The controversial away win against Manchester United Tuesday has opened the door for Jose Mourinho's side to challenge for the most important title of the season - the Champions League - and everything else is going to fall into second place in importance to the club trying to lift the 10th European Cup of their history, reports Xinhua.

Mourinho tips Fergie to keep managing Man U till 90

Mourinho tips Fergie to keep managing Man U till 90 London, Feb 13 : Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho has tipped Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson to keep managing till the age of 90 ahead of their blockbuster Champions League pre-quarterfinal clash at Santiago Bernabeu on Wednesday.

 Mourinho also rejected rumour that he would be replacing Fergie at Old Trafford next season, though, he admitted his next managerial venture would be in the English Premier League only.

World waiting for Real Madrid-Man United clash: Mourinho

Jose-MourinhoMadrid, Feb 12 : Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho has hailed the Champions League football tie between his side and Manchester United Wednesday as one of the biggest matches of the season.

English Premier League's current league leaders and reigning Spanish league champions go head to head in the first leg of their last 16 tie in the Santiago Bernabeu Stadium Wednesday night with the return three weeks later in Old Trafford, reports Xinhua.

‘Redeemer’ Mourinho ready to save Chelsea blues!

Jose-Mourinho1London, Feb 4 : Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho is ready to make a comeback to Chelsea next season to help the Blues come out of their current shambles.

All the Special One is waiting for is the call from club's billionaire owner Roman Abramovich, who is desperately seeking a new manager to take over from reviled interim boss Rafael Benitez, the Sun reports.

Benitez's reign at the Stamford Bridge is in disarray after a disastrous run that includes Saturday's 3-2 defeat to Newcastle United, the paper added.

Mourinho fumes after Granada defeat

Jose-MourinhoMadrid, Feb 4 : Real Madrid coach Jose Mourinho admitted feeling angry at his side's dismal performance in their 0-1 loss to Granada in the Spanish Primera Liga football.

Facing a side struggling against relegation, Madrid produced their worst display of the season, if not for several seasons to lose 0-1 thanks to a Cristiano Ronaldo own goal, reports Xinhua.

But rather than Ronaldo's misfortune, it was the overall display from some of his players in the game, which annoyed Mourinho.

Italian giants AC Milan want Mourinho at San Siro

/Jose-Mourinho01London, Jan 16 : AC Milan has joined the long list of clubs interested in signing Real Madrid manager Jose Mourinho and the Italian giants are already plotting to hijack former Chelsea boss' move back to Premier League.

The seven-times European champions are keen for the Special One to return to the San Siro and repeat his heroic spell with local rivals Inter Milan, the Sun reports.

Mourinho, expected to leave Real Madrid this summer, could be tempted especially as the odds are mounting against him making an emotional return to English football at the end of the season, the paper reports.

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