José "The Special One" Mourinho

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Mourinho said he was expecting Inter to fight for Scudetto till the end so he's surprised Napoli are so far ahead.

Let's admit it, we all expected Inter to fight for Scudetto considering how crap the competition is these days. Napoli has made many changes in their starting line-up by selling their top players, then Milan being garbage as usual and Juve declining. Past couple of seasons in Serie A were never easier to be won, but Limone is a big time choker.
 

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Let's admit it, we all expected Inter to fight for Scudetto considering how crap the competition is these days. Napoli has made many changes in their starting line-up by selling their top players, then Milan being garbage as usual and Juve declining. Past couple of seasons in Serie A were never easier to be won, but Limone is a big time choker.
True but on the other hand nobody expected mapoli to e this fucke good.....
Like even if we had played a goo/better first round than we dd i think we d still be trailing Napoli by quite a bit.
 

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he might be a retard but is he wrong?
 

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he might be a retard but is he wrong?
Yes he's wrong. Exactly the opposite of what Cassano said is true. Mourinho is one of the best coaches in the history of the game (I don't think I have to explain this further) and he is quite shit with dealing with the press. He has learned to handle journalists better over the years but back in England he used to frequently get baited into silly reactions so that the british press can run their headlines.

People have to learn to ignore Cassano. He says dumb things to stand out and stay relevant.
 

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Yes he's wrong. Exactly the opposite of what Cassano said is true. Mourinho is one of the best coaches in the history of the game (I don't think I have to explain this further) and he is quite shit with dealing with the press. He has learned to handle journalists better over the years but back in England he used to frequently get baited into silly reactions so that the british press can run their headlines.

People have to learn to ignore Cassano. He says dumb things to stand out and stay relevant.
To say that Mou was never GOOD coach..The truth is,Mou is great and legendary coach. How many years was he undefeated at home coaching teams in top leagues? Was that 8,9 years? That was legendary streak. This buffoon and another wasted football talent should shut his clownish mouth.
 

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Yes he's wrong. Exactly the opposite of what Cassano said is true. Mourinho is one of the best coaches in the history of the game (I don't think I have to explain this further) and he is quite shit with dealing with the press. He has learned to handle journalists better over the years but back in England he used to frequently get baited into silly reactions so that the british press can run their headlines.

People have to learn to ignore Cassano. He says dumb things to stand out and stay relevant.
Yep, that's exactly it. I don't know why people keep falling for it.
 

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Mourinho linked with Inter bench via La Repubblica
Please don’t come back Mou, don’t ruin your career by wasting it at our broke ass club 🤣😂
 

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Mourinho linked with Inter bench via La Repubblica
Read an article in the Guardian, Feb 20th, that Campos "has sounded out" Mou has a possible replacement with P$G.
 

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Snyder now discovers that Mourinho he was convinced of his team's victory, and he even guessed the correct result.

"Mourinho and Materazzi had a special relationship, they were really close. A few weeks before the final, Jose called him to his office and told him: There is a letter here, I will put it in a drawer, and you open it when the match is over."

"On that letter he literally wrote the exact result of the final. "Winning the Champions League is every footballer's dream, when I got the chance to touch it, it was a moment I will never forget," said Sneijder
 

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‘NO AUDIO FROM THE FOURTH OFFICIAL’ DURING CLASH WITH MOURINHO BUT NEW FOOTAGE EMERGES ONLINE​

According to AIA sources, there is ‘no audio from the fourth official in the dialogue with José Mourinho’ but a video appears to show Marco Serra telling the Special One: ‘ Go home.’

Mourinho was sent off during Roma‘s 2-1 loss against Cremonese on Tuesday and was so furious after the game that he threatened that he could take legal action against the fourth official who had shown a lack of respect.

I want to find out if there is an audio recording. I don’t want to get into the fact that Serra is from Turin and on Sunday we are playing against Juventus,” said the Roma boss.

Responding to questions from ANSA, a source of AIA – the Italian Referees Association – claimed that there is a lack of evidence to support Mourinho’s explosive claims against the fourth official. Mourinho has already been issued with a two-game suspension, meaning he will not be involved in Roma’s upcoming matches against Juventus and Sassuolo in the coming weeks. The Italian authorities have also hit the Giallorossi coach with a €10,000 fine for his actions at the Stadio Giovanni Zini.

“The fourth official is not usually recorded because his voice and background noises would interfere with the audio of the referee and the VAR,” the source said.
“The recording takes place only if the fourth official pushes the button and activates the mechanism, but last night this did not happen.”

Footage has emerged on social media, which appears to show Serra telling Mourinho to “go home” and “everyone is taking the p*** out of you” after the coach was sent off. However, whether the short clip provides enough evidence to take any serious legal claims any further is another debate altogether.

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WHAT MOURINHO TOLD FOURTH OFFICIAL SERRA IN CREMONESE-ROMA DRESSING ROOM ROW​


An account of Jose Mourinho’s confrontation with Marco Serra, the fourth official from Tuesday evening’s game between Cremonese and Roma, has been published by Il Corriere dello Sport. The Special One was sent off at the beginning of the second half of Tuesday’s away game at Cremonese. After the final whistle, Mourinho threatened legal action against fourth official Marco Serra but was banned for two games for insulting the refereeing team on the pitch and inside the dressing room.

According to a report of Il Corriere dello Sport, which quotes an informed source at the Stadio Zini, Mourinho had knocked on the door of the referee’s dressing room shortly after full-time and was let in. Inside was the referee Marco Piccinini and his assistants, a federal inspector, and after a few moments, Vito Scala and a couple of counterparts from Cremonese joined them.

Loudly, to be heard by everyone, Mourinho vented: “The last time I was sent off was at the Olimpico (Roma-Torino), I went to the referee’s dressing room to apologise.”
Coincidentally, Piccini was the fourth official on that occasion, who confirmed the coach’s story, recalling that he had added that he was not at all satisfied with his behaviour on the pitch.

José then turned to Serra: “If you have balls, if you are a man, repeat what you said to me on the pitch, then you have to apologise and that’s the end of it.”
“Sorry for what?” was the reply from Serra. “I don’t have to apologise to anyone, I didn’t say anything”.
At this point Mourinho burst out, shouting at him several times: “Liar. You are a s**** man. Shame on you. I avoid thinking that you are from Turin and on Sunday you don’t want me on the bench against Juve … “.
Instead of encouraging him to get it over with, Serra responded: “There, I was expecting this, I thought you would make up this story.”

Mourinho and Serra had already argued on the pitch. An AIA source told ANSA on Wednesday that no audio from their touchline row was available, but a video that has gone viral on social media appears to show the referee telling Mourinho “Go home.”
Mourinho still fighting against the evil forces in Serie A

PS: Jose Mourinho has accumulated more red cards than any other player or coach in Serie A this season: 3.
 
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