José "The Special One" Mourinho

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Who is this Mourinho guy? i don't like him at all.
 

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I'm gonna see how he's gonna deal with the burden of italian football. After awhile he will see that italia is not like his beloved england. It skins you alive. Let's see if he really is as great as he assumes. Time will say many things.Welcome To Hell...Mr. Special!!!
 

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if there ever was a manager who could be as arrogant and hated a figure that could ever stand up to the press in italy

itd be mourinho
 

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Welcome Jose... Not it is time for you to show how special you are...:)
 

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UOHHH!!!

FUCKING SPEECHLESS!!!

New nickname to celebrate this occasion! :p
 

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OMG Joseeeee is ourss! Welcome "The Special One" !!!
 

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the giant 5 name jose mourinho looked cooler!
 

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Great now to my concerns:

I love this guy ad the fact that he has came but here are the points that worry me:
- Crespo: Worried becaue both haven't had the best of relationships back in Chelsea and I really want this guy to stay, but someone will have to go because of the many strikers we have and as such I think we should put Cruz on sale and either loan Balotteli or Suazo, another player I want him to stay and have a chance.

- Suazo: Look at Crespo, the same.

- Adriano: too many strikers, again I want him to stay.

- Italian players: Moratti had assured that there will be more Italian players in the squad and I would love that very much because we need and definitly will need more Italian players, we are an Italian club.

- Primavera: Players such as Bolzoni in our youth system might not have the best chances to appear now as much and because they are great players and with mostly Italians, they will add to the homegrown talent element of our team. Dont wantthem to leave, especially the ones in the level of Bolzoni.
 

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The season has certainly turned into one to be remembered, even though the 2008 started so badly.

1) We ended up champions of Italy
2) Milan in UEFA Cup
3) Mourinho joins Inter

If someone offers that to me at the beginning of the season, I'd trade my left balls to get this.
 

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Crespo: Mourinho The Right Man For The Job

Inter striker Hernan Crespo has hailed Jose Mourinho's arrival and he believes that the Portuguese coach is the right man for the job.


The former Chelsea tactician will take the reigns for the next three years and his first task will be obtaining Champions League glory.

Crespo played under Mourinho when they were together at Chelsea and the Argentine hit-man insists that Inter and the new coach are a perfect match.

"When I was at Chelsea I used to think that Inter was the right team for him," Crespo told RomaNews.

"Mourinho does things the right way and he always explains the situation. He has respect for players and people."

Crespo also admits that he is not worried if Mourinho keeps him on the bench, which may seem likely given the Nerazzurri's vast array of striking talent.

"Just because I know him, it doesn't mean that my place in the team is guaranteed," said the forward.

"In a great team there are always great players and for me it's not a problem if I sit on the bench or if I play on the pitch.
 

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ok here is a concern written off till later
 

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- Italian players: Moratti had assured that there will be more Italian players in the squad and I would love that very much because we need and definitly will need more Italian players, we are an Italian club.

Were has moratti said this?? I have never ever heard him say this. Some press said last summer that he said we would sign Italians, we didn't. Furthermore Inter is a privately owned club based in Italia we have no obligation to play Italians. We need some boys from the youth system to come through but they don't have to be italian.
 

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I'm gonna see how he's gonna deal with the burden of italian football. After awhile he will see that italia is not like his beloved england. It skins you alive. Let's see if he really is as great as he assumes. Time will say many things.Welcome To Hell...Mr. Special!!!

Hes no Wenger, Ferguson or clowns like that.
 

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- Crespo: Worried becaue both haven't had the best of relationships back in Chelsea and I really want this guy to stay, but someone will have to go because of the many strikers we have and as such I think we should put Cruz on sale and either loan Balotteli or Suazo, another player I want him to stay and have a chance.
Karim Benzema, they did not have any problems at Chelsea. As a matter of fact, Crespo was one of Mourinho's favorite player. Mou always wanted Crespo to stay, whereas Crespo wants to return to Italy for personal reasons.

However, whether Mourinho still likes Crespo now, or whether Mou prefers Cruz, or whether Mourinho has been hurt by the double snubs, remains to be known.

Karim said:
- Suazo: Look at Crespo, the same.
I agree, Suazo was purely Mancini's signing. Maybe he'll be sold off to make room for Eto'o, who knows? But as far as I know, Eto'o and some other Barca players have clashed with Mou in the past during the classic Barca - Chelsea clashes in the past. Also, Suazo is a unique striker in our squad in that no one has a similar style of play as him.

Karim said:
- Adriano: too many strikers, again I want him to stay.
His future will always be in doubt regardless of Mourinho's arrival.

Karim said:
- Italian players: Moratti had assured that there will be more Italian players in the squad and I would love that very much because we need and definitly will need more Italian players, we are an Italian club.
Mou utilized English talent like Terry, A.Cole, Lampard, J.Cole into the teams and also tried Glen Johnson, Shaun Wright Phillips, Steven Sidwell and C.Cole; I believe Mou mentioned in the past that it's important to have local players. So, no problem here.

Karim said:
- Primavera: Players such as Bolzoni in our youth system might not have the best chances to appear now as much and because they are great players and with mostly Italians, they will add to the homegrown talent element of our team. Dont wantthem to leave, especially the ones in the level of Bolzoni.
This, I am not sure of. But it was not better with Mancini. The only one who managed to break through to the first team during Mancini's 4 seasons with us is Mario Balotelli.
 

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I can tell you this, that if Adriano would behave like he did with Mancio, he would be in Sau Paulo 3 months earlier.

This is a right time to paste my post from the mid march. I don't want to repeat myself, but I am happy with how many people have changed their mind about Jose, and now there isn't one single person who wouldn't be happy about today.

"I was talking with a Roma fan(italian) when I was flewing 8 hours ago from Bergamo, and he said one thing. Mouhrinho is crazy, not meaning he is mental crazy, but that he is ACTING crazy throught the match, in a good way, acting on the spot, if the team is not listnening to him, or if they are not doing what he told them.

Mouhrinho is ideal for the italian league, he is ideal. Italians are probably the most passionate fans of them all, and at Inter pressure is unbelievable, and you can all see by the roumors why Mancini wanted or still wants to leave.

Now take Mouhrinho, and tell me he will be intamidated, he will be frightned, he will be nervous of anything? He is so arrogant, that nobody will be stepping on his toes, and if they will he will make them know what he thinks about it.

One from the things I, and my friend like the most in this guy is that, he always says what he thinks. He doesn't give a sh1t, what will papers say, what will people say, what will anybody say. He tells what he thinks, and you can choose not to agree with that, but you will be sure that what he will say, that's how it will be. He is not saying one thing, and then doing the other.

As for his arrogance, it's the same that characterize great people, like Jordan, who was considered the most arrogant and selfish players of all time, but that's what made him the way he was. Ibra is also arrogant, you all know that. If you turn it into your advantage, than you can sit tight and enjoy the ride.

Just look at how he silenced the fans, how he didn't even move the finger, how "arrogant" and confident this guy is. I tell you, he is perfect for the italian league. At his first conference he would probably say that Milan, Roma, and Juve can only dream of Inter slipping and ending it's winning streak of scudettos.

Plus, besides that he is a great tactitian, as everybody knows, he is also great motivator for the team, and he is not the type of coach who you can push around. It doesn't matter if your name is Adriano, or Messi, or C. Ronaldo, or Kaka, if you fu** with him, you can be certain he won't let it go.

Just like some says Cuper made a foundation for Mancini to build a dominant side in italian league, I say Mancini build a foundation for another coach, to make Inter not only big in Italy, but finaly big and recognisable in Euorope. Mourinho is that someone, he is world class coach right now, with Milan, Real Madrid, Barcelona, all scouting his situation. It's not a coincidence."

Welcome again Jose!!!


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Were has moratti said this?? I have never ever heard him say this. Some press said last summer that he said we would sign Italians, we didn't. Furthermore Inter is a privately owned club based in Italia we have no obligation to play Italians. We need some boys from the youth system to come through but they don't have to be italian.

http://www.goal.com/en/Articolo.aspx?ContenutoId=703550
Moratti also revealed that he would like to see more home grown talent in his Nerazzurri side as they have recently been criticised by the Italian media for having too many foreigners in their squad.

"Next season I think we will have more Italian players in our squad," said the chief.
 
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