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Mourinho? Pass Me The Sick Bag!

Mourinho? Pass Me The Sick Bag!

Jose Mourinho clinched his second title in two years, threw his medal into the crowd and then did what he does best ... MOAN, MOAN, MOAN ....

The man is Latin; loves to cry in his beer; wants the world to love him although no-one will ever love him more than he loves himself; and when it comes to turning victory into tragedy ... no-one is better.

Mourinho confessed after the game that there were a 'couple of times' this season when he wanted to walk away from Stamford Bridge.

Ohhhh my God - pass me the sick bag!

Mourinho: 'A couple of times during the season, I thought about closing the door and saying goodbye. But don't interpret this as a doubt for next season. I am happy to stay because this is a special club with special people.

'Unless the club sacks me, I will be manager here next season. I am not worried about that. I want to stay. I am ready to stay.

'For a manager it is the worst club you can work at. For example I won nine consecutive matches this season and I was never manager of the month. Not one single time.

'I have been here for two years, we are champions and I have won manager of the months two times in two years. That's just a simple example. You do what you can but you are never recognised. Chelsea are always treated in a negative way.

'I have a Premiership medal from last season and it's the same medal. I only need one. I can't keep everything I have. The crowd behind that goal are our best supporters. They always support us the most during the game.

'We have an incredible record at home, with just a single draw and they have played a big part in that.

'The medal was for everybody but the person who has the medal is lucky. He has a great souvenir unless he puts it on eBay and makes a fortune.'


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Writer:Cantona
Date:Sunday April 30 2006
Time: 10:38AM

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Me, Me, ME, Me A very good manager, but sounds very much like ours.
FEn_100
30/04/2006 12:42:00
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One of the fans loved the medal so much, it is now on Ebay.
guinless
30/04/2006 13:10:00
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the medal was upto ten million last time i checked, cant be a real bid?
vertigo_red
30/04/2006 23:10:00
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At least he didn't promise to retire three years ago and didn't! Three years without being Champions - how much does it hurt boys?
merlin
01/05/2006 09:19:00
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I'm getting a little sick and tired of all his whining .
JACK_THE_LAD
01/05/2006 09:23:00
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He does like a good whine... but back to back Premiership titles and the raising of the premiership bar say it all - Arsenal, Liverpool and Man U will be chasing to the wire next season.
pitythefool
01/05/2006 12:09:00
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It hurts a lot less than you think merlin. You see when one thinks that Jose bought a football team to get his success, which with all due respect is not much (just back to back premierships) when one considers the amount of millions he spent. Whereas AF got all the success through the home grown talent such as Becks, Neville bros, Giggsy, Butt and so on. Now that's what I call a successful manager. Now you let us know which Chelski players developed from your youth system. Now that's a real stinker.
cockney
01/05/2006 14:33:00
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