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Chelsea - did Mourinho really want to win the league?


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I don't think the manager was as committed to winning the league this year as he has been in the past, his comments all season have been a bit strange to me.


I think his eggs were in the Champions League basket this year, and that he didn't really believe his team could be League Champions.



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Since he's got the ego the size of the universe, I'd suspect that he would prefer to win every game. He likes that attention, it's very clear so I'd be surprised if he didn't try as much. His side have overachieved, credit for doing so really goes down to him.

Him going backs been massive for Chelsea, they have a chance to be dominate again.

However, he's been moaning a lot about managers more than normal. If he wants to bad mouth City, his earlier career at Chelsea was all about buying the league. He didn't sign players like Wenger, he went for established players and one's on the crust of bigger things. Drogba for example!

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i dont like him, dont really care either. hes a good manager but hes weird.

To me he is probably one of the few great managers out there at the moment. I never liked Alex F, but nobody could argue with his record. Jose is a real dominating character who needs a big club. Chelsea are going through that transition period that we all knew would happen. He needs to grab it by the horns and go for young, expressive, creative players like Liverpool have done. His defensive tactics do work, but now the chance to clear out the old guard has arrived, so begins a new chapter. I hope he takes it and hope the golden oldies at the Bridge are not given new contracts just for sentiments sake.

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