Jose Mourinho: Why things are not the same for “Beloved” Chelsea boss??
Mourinho is having his second spell at Stamford Bridge, but his second spell is totally different from his first spell.
Posted by:Junaid EffendiPosted date: Thursday, November 14, 2013/comment : 0
After seeing Chelsea slump to a controversial draw against
West Brom, which is their 3rd in this season, bells have been ringing in my
mind that has the things now been the same for the once “beloved” Chelsea
boss?? Certainly, they are not!
If there could be any manager at CFC
except Jose Mourinho, you could have seen the “GO OUT” bandwagon on full swing, but since it’s their very own
Mourinho, water is still flowing under the bridge.
Jose arrived at the Chelsea dugout back in 2004, no one had seen the wrath of
Abrahimovich, which now has become a factor in deciding the future of Chelsea’s
bosses. In order to stay for a long time in the Chelsea dugout you have to
please the BOSS in particular keeping fans on one side. Here are five factors
that could influence his return to the West Londoner’s dugou..
·Back then, the world had not witnessed the
mid-season sackings of Chelsea managers and most importantly, back then Avram
Grant had not been sacked for being a runner up in both the Champions league as
well as in the Premier league and Di Matteo was sacked amid full fan support
for the Italian could not keep him at the hot seat
·Back then Chelsea hadn’t won a PL title
in 50 years, so time was there for the Portuguese to adjust and show the world
·Before Abrahimovich’s era , Chelsea have
not spent heaps of money, plus new era was setting at the Bridge so Mourinho
had the right to get the players of his liking at the Bridge, which helped him
to a great extent to leave his mark on the Chelsea team. Moreover, he spent in
excess of £70 million in transfer
· \Now in form of a MISFITstriker, Torres, pressure is on Mourinho
to make Torres again what he used to be at Liverpool. Although with the likes
of BA and Eto’o in the team, Chelsea faithful would like Mourinho to lure
Torres to his once famous level.
·In 2004-05, there were only one big money
spenders, “Chelsea”. Now the cat is out of the bag, with big spending sides
like Tottenham and Man City in the scene, Mourinho’s transfer policy could be
forced a major halt to shrug off the noisy neighbors.
Maybe, and I believe it is too early
to judge what will Mourinho do in his second spell at the Bridge, but the
initial implications are not too bright.But as he himself says that he is the
‘’Special One’’ so he needs to find a way of getting this early season mess
apart. With three draws and two
defeats, Mourinho couldn’t have asked for a bitter restart of his Chelsea’s