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Mame Biram Diouf

The GOD Like Status Given To Mourinho

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Actually can not f*ck*ng stand it both on here and Vip2

Got guys on here thinking he is getting his best players booked at just the right time because he is so special

Had the ITV commos the other day going through tissue boxes talking about him

''The special one'' ''He is so special'' ''If anyone can stop Barce its not real its Jose''

Even when he bought his only striker off the bench to replace a sh*t performance from Ade in Benzema who scored straight away ''what a special sub from the special one takes a great manager to do that''

Hope he stays way from England or comes back and does sh*t

Got people calling him the ge greatest manager of all time its actually cringe how much people let him use their mums face aswel toilet role just so they can posistion themselves behinf him smfh

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^^^ SUMS IT UP REALLY

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He is good at fixing a leak under the sink gets the money but after he leaves its not long until that leak is back until he actually replaces the pipes from a kitchen unit and builds a secure one then I will put a poster of him on my wall

:Y:

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Portugal Porto (2002–2004)

* 2003 Primeira Liga

* 2003 Taça de Portugal

* 2003 UEFA Cup

* 2003 Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira

* 2004 Primeira Liga

* 2004 UEFA Champions League

England Chelsea (2004–2007)

* 2005 FA Premier League

* 2005 League Cup

* 2005 FA Community Shield

* 2006 Premier League

* 2007 League Cup

* 2007 FA Cup

Italy Internazionale (2008–2010)

* 2008 Supercoppa Italiana

* 2009 Serie A

* 2010 Serie A

* 2010 Coppa Italia

* 2010 UEFA Champions League

HE IS PRETTY SPECIAL FOR SOMEONE UNDER 50.

IMAGINE WHAT HIS RECORD'S GONNA LOOK LIKE AT FERGIES AGE.

Fantastic record.

Would struggle to find better in the last 50 years.

Now I hate Cheslea, but I loved Mourinho.

Guy is epitomy of specialness.

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He is good at fixing a leak under the sink gets the money but after he leaves its not long until that leak is back until he actually replaces the pipes from a kitchen unit and builds a secure one then I will put a poster of him on my wall

:Y:

OOOOH I LIKE THAT ^^^

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Portugal Porto (2002–2004)

* 2003 Primeira Liga

* 2003 Taça de Portugal

* 2003 UEFA Cup

* 2003 Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira

* 2004 Primeira Liga

* 2004 UEFA Champions League

England Chelsea (2004–2007)

* 2005 FA Premier League

* 2005 League Cup

* 2005 FA Community Shield

* 2006 Premier League

* 2007 League Cup

* 2007 FA Cup

Italy Internazionale (2008–2010)

* 2008 Supercoppa Italiana

* 2009 Serie A

* 2010 Serie A

* 2010 Coppa Italia

* 2010 UEFA Champions League

HE IS PRETTY SPECIAL FOR SOMEONE UNDER 50.

IMAGINE WHAT HIS RECORD'S GONNA LOOK LIKE AT FERGIES AGE.

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great manager but every team he has been with he has had the resources to win things..even when porto won the champions league looking back at the matches they played,apart from manchester united ( who lost because of a stupid goal keeping mistake in the last minute) they probaly had the easiest games out of any champions league winner ever...

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great manager but every team he has been with he has had the resources to win things..even when porto won the champions league looking back at the matches they played,apart from manchester united ( who lost because of a stupid goal keeping mistake in the last minute) they probaly had the easiest games out of any champions league winner ever...

Manchester United were lucky to still be in the tie but saying this Scholes goal was unfairly ruled out.

vs Lyon(that Lyon team was sick Porto did well)

vs Deportivo( who made that epic comeback vs Milan)

vs Monaco(same Monaco team who knocked out the two biggest spenders in Europe at that time)

They made the games look easy .

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vs Monaco(same Monaco team who knocked out the two biggest spenders in Europe at that time)

Hurts you to say Real Madrid innit. Can anyone remember Squillaci then? :lol:

Chelsea were just happy to be in semifinal then. :lol:

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vs Monaco(same Monaco team who knocked out the two biggest spenders in Europe at that time)

Hurts you to say Real Madrid innit. Can anyone remember Squillaci then? :lol:

Chelsea were just happy to be in semifinal then. :lol:

Of course it does to think we lead for a while and got knocked out by one of our own players(El Moro)

him and Rodriguez as a pair were average with Ibarra as RB and Evra as LB

More like Ranieri was just happy to be there (crazy subs and also Zikos harshly being sent off)

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Portugal Porto (2002–2004)

* 2003 Primeira Liga

* 2003 Taça de Portugal

* 2003 UEFA Cup

* 2003 Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira

* 2004 Primeira Liga

* 2004 UEFA Champions League

England Chelsea (2004–2007)

* 2005 FA Premier League

* 2005 League Cup

* 2005 FA Community Shield

* 2006 Premier League

* 2007 League Cup

* 2007 FA Cup

Italy Internazionale (2008–2010)

* 2008 Supercoppa Italiana

* 2009 Serie A

* 2010 Serie A

* 2010 Coppa Italia

* 2010 UEFA Champions League

HE IS PRETTY SPECIAL FOR SOMEONE UNDER 50.

IMAGINE WHAT HIS RECORD'S GONNA LOOK LIKE AT FERGIES AGE.

from 2003-2010 he has always won a trophy

imagine some certain managers have gone five or more years without a single trophy

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real win league match and copa

and i bet they go through in the champions league

then we can revisit this thread

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He did actually tell his players before to get strategically booked/sent off so they could start clear for the next round.

Mourinho has yet to build a legcay anywhere so from that point I can see your critcism but as for being succesful and being a winner, he can't be faulted.

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Portugal Porto (2002–2004)

* 2003 Primeira Liga

* 2003 Taça de Portugal

* 2003 UEFA Cup

* 2003 Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira

* 2004 Primeira Liga

* 2004 UEFA Champions League

England Chelsea (2004–2007)

* 2005 FA Premier League

* 2005 League Cup

* 2005 FA Community Shield

* 2006 Premier League

* 2007 League Cup

* 2007 FA Cup

Italy Internazionale (2008–2010)

* 2008 Supercoppa Italiana

* 2009 Serie A

* 2010 Serie A

* 2010 Coppa Italia

* 2010 UEFA Champions League

HE IS PRETTY SPECIAL FOR SOMEONE UNDER 50.

IMAGINE WHAT HIS RECORD'S GONNA LOOK LIKE AT FERGIES AGE.

Fantastic record.

Would struggle to find better in the last 50 years.

Now I hate Cheslea, but I loved Mourinho.

Guy is epitomy of specialness.

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People need to read about what he did before Porto, he set up his teams for future success, got Benfica back to winning ways.. got Leiria into Uefa Cup positions... changed the way the clubs were run from the bottom up... his attention to detail even at such a tiny club like Leiria..

People who complain about Mourinho are similar to the ones who kept coming up with excuses about Ronaldo "never does it in big games" etc, but he will keep on proving people wrong.

Jose Mourinho: Made in Portugal, the biography .. I recommend this, guy is a genius.

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Agree with people overrating this guy.

Why would he say if Real Madrid sell Ronaldo, he goes? Ronaldo has nothing to do with him just makes his job easier.

I rate him for his tactics but his personality adds so much, not necessarily his managerial ability.

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Portugal Porto (2002–2004)

* 2003 Primeira Liga

* 2003 Taça de Portugal

* 2003 UEFA Cup

* 2003 Supertaça Cândido de Oliveira

* 2004 Primeira Liga

* 2004 UEFA Champions League

England Chelsea (2004–2007)

* 2005 FA Premier League

* 2005 League Cup

* 2005 FA Community Shield

* 2006 Premier League

* 2007 League Cup

* 2007 FA Cup

Italy Internazionale (2008–2010)

* 2008 Supercoppa Italiana

* 2009 Serie A

* 2010 Serie A

* 2010 Coppa Italia

* 2010 UEFA Champions League

HE IS PRETTY SPECIAL FOR SOMEONE UNDER 50.

IMAGINE WHAT HIS RECORD'S GONNA LOOK LIKE AT FERGIES AGE.

Fantastic record.

Would struggle to find better in the last 50 years.

Now I hate Cheslea, but I loved Mourinho.

Guy is epitomy of specialness.

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Agree with people overrating this guy.

Why would he say if Real Madrid sell Ronaldo, he goes? Ronaldo has nothing to do with him just makes his job easier.

I rate him for his tactics but his personality adds so much, not necessarily his managerial ability.

He would say that because he wants an extra reason to want to go back to English Football.

You rate him for his tactics but not his managerial ability? do explain.

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People need to read about what he did before Porto, he set up his teams for future success, got Benfica back to winning ways.. got Leiria into Uefa Cup positions... changed the way the clubs were run from the bottom up... his attention to detail even at such a tiny club like Leiria..

People who complain about Mourinho are similar to the ones who kept coming up with excuses about Ronaldo "never does it in big games" etc, but he will keep on proving people wrong.

Jose Mourinho: Made in Portugal, the biography .. I recommend this, guy is a genius.

C/S

People when they think of Mourinho as a coach they don't seem to look past pre 2004

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Agree with people overrating this guy.

Why would he say if Real Madrid sell Ronaldo, he goes? Ronaldo has nothing to do with him just makes his job easier.

I rate him for his tactics but his personality adds so much, not necessarily his managerial ability.

Because the decision would of been made from over his head?

Its one thing when your being giving players you don't actually want but a completely different thing when your KEY players are being sold from under your nose.

lol @ saying losing you best player/ second best player in the world has nothing to do with a FOOTBALL MANAGERS job

not

sure

if

serious

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Agree with people overrating this guy.

Why would he say if Real Madrid sell Ronaldo, he goes? Ronaldo has nothing to do with him just makes his job easier.

I rate him for his tactics but his personality adds so much, not necessarily his managerial ability.

Same reason a lot of managers have said the same thing about their biggest / best player. You also have to consider, like SAF, most of the things Mourhino says probably have a reason behind them.

His personality has a lot to do with his managerial skills, he is very charismatic, people, players take to him, look up to him, they want to play for him.

He creates an atmosphere and an attitude at the clubs he is at

All managers personalities have a lot to do with how they manage, look at Wengers stubbornness, look at Fergusons mentality, personality has almost as much to do with the job as tactical brilliance.

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Got guys on here thinking he is getting his best players booked at just the right time because he is so special

You do know this DID happen right?

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hate da guy love to see him fail

too much of an arrogant c*nt

personally SAF>>>>>>>> jose

maybe jose at SAF age will prob be more successfull

but SAF creates superstars ... beckham ronaldo

Mourinho just loves his players and as soon as he leaves they fade away

if united win the treble this season

SAF will go down as the best club manager ever in history

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André Villas Boas is the hottest young coaching talent in Europe. The 33-year-old has taken Porto to the Portuguese league title with games to spare – the team's record to date is worth recording; P26 W24 D2 L0 F61 A11 – while success in Europe beckons too. Porto are into the semi-finals of the Europa League, after seeing off Spartak Moscow 10-3 on aggregate, a 5-2 win in Russia last night sealing an emphatic victory. This is Villas Boas' first full season as a manager and his impact has been nothing short of sensational. Porto finished third in the championship last season, behind Benfica and Braga.

like Mourinho, he was given his introduction to the professional game by Sir Bobby Robson, largely on the strength of his fluency in English. Villas Boas, who has an English grandmother, lived in the same apartment block as Robson, when the latter was the Porto manager and he pestered him for a break.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/sport/blog/2011/apr/15/andre-villas-boas-porto

Looking forward to seeing these two go head to head one day, both don't like each other & Boas favours attacking football compared to Jose's efficient football.

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