Mourinho Puts Wood On The Fire

No Agreement With Chelsea - MourinhoJose Mourinho rose to prominence when he joined Chelsea back in 2004 and ushered in a new era of dominance in England, as Chelsea were suddenly being considered as one of the biggest forces in Europe. Mourinho led Chelsea to league and cup glory during his 3+ year stint at Stamford Bridge, and then went on to win leagues in other countries.

When in London on Wednesday, Mourinho spoke extensively to Sky Sports News and he did his usual diplomatic and eloquent best when speaking about his current situation. He said,

“People that know me know me well enough know that in this moment I’m thinking about my job at Real Madrid.”

“Again, I can’t deny in spite of this disgraceful weather I love it here and 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.”

“Chelsea is in my heart, as Inter is for example. So one day I have to be back, but again it must be normal.”

In a very friendly and relaxed interview, Mourinho went on to talk about how he still has a family home in London and that his daughter will soon be moving to London to study.

So Mourinho continues to put wood on the fire with his latest interview. Whether he comes back to Chelsea or not, is the biggest “will he/won’t he?” story of the year. You just cannot predict what will happen…

15 Responses to “Mourinho Puts Wood On The Fire”

  • Peterucj Says:

    I pray u come home morinho and dat will be good for benitex 2learn wat is called coaching ,we ar waiting 4u special one

  • Most welcome 2 falcao at d bridge Says:

    Gud 2 c mou back at d’ bridge

  • boontamec Says:

    come and coach chelsea fc.

  • Nias Says:

    It is time 4 our best coach to return. We all miss u.

  • thomas Says:

    it is my praying that jose will come back

  • oseni nurudeen adesoji Says:

    d special 1,we all luv and want you back home.MY BLOOD IS BLUE!

  • sunday opeyemi Says:

    I wish jose mourioh to come back to chelsea bcs we are tirst for coach like him

  • Vincent Says:

    I due respect sir a man of great honour,a man all blue fan wnt we are expecting sir,we blue fans luv u?u are welcome to England jos morinhino

  • goodluck Says:

    i love dat that is good one pls abromivic run dis show well o

  • Francis Says:

    I pray did happen we chelsea fans can’t wait 2 see u mou. We love u more than u love us, please come back home sir u are d best

  • Francis Says:

    Benitez get ready 2 dust ur backside out of dat sit becos d rightful owner is back. We love u mou.

  • Cfcclw12 Says:

    Be gutted if he don’t come now because he ain’t said his not coming so if he goes some where else its like he used us to get a bigger contract somewhere else would rather Chelsea come out and say mourinho is there no1 target or say who is.

  • ehisuazo Says:

    pls i cnt wait anymore pls jos cum fast ad teach cfc dat special futbal

  • Robinson Says:

    Gud 2 here dat d special one,i can’t wait 2 see u in chelseafc as coach again.england is too dull,we nid u 4 high spirit.my sir mourinho u r welcum..smile.

  • Lucky Says:

    This is just a simple question that we need to comment in a polite way not calling Benitez names. Moreover, he is a good coach because no matter how brilliant you are as a coach and u are called upon to manage a team that is already loosing matches, definitely, he will not find it easy to integrate into the team immediately so whosoever is mentioning Benitez always should refrain from it and comment wisely. Although, am not against Mourinho coming back to Chelsea if only he is not going to snub us like the way Pep did. He is highly welcome at bridge and can wait to see him.