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Mourinho talking sh!t. Again.


http://www1.skysports.com/football/news/11668/9306292/chelsea-boss-jose-mourinho-continues-criticism-of-liverpool-striker-luis-suarez

There's something wrong with this guy, seriously. His team's season is over, they have nothing to play for. But he simply cannot stand the attention not being on him. So he decides to have another go at Liverpool. As well as more hypocritical criticism of Suarez. And now look at the media it's full of Mourinho again. The media lap it up. How long before they just start ignoring him? Mourinho has become incredibly tiresome this year.


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MB_Ktubes · Liverpool fan

Maybe Mourinho should spend less time talking out of his ar*e and more time managing his teams to beat teams that finished in the bottom half.

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jimbo1984 · Man Utd fan

Wouldn't say mourinho is any worse this season than any other season..

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releasethekraken · Liverpool fan   In reply

@Krystalizer01 yeah of course. you disagreed with my opinion which you're well entitled to do, and in a polite manner. so i have no reason to argue with you.

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Krystalizer01 · Chelsea fan   In reply

@releasethekraken Lol I think he's the same Mourinho. At least we spoke and this didn't turn into a silly argument ????

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releasethekraken · Liverpool fan   In reply

@Krystalizer01 yeah actually that was me. but that was after he claimed the refs were trying to make liverpool win the league so surely worthy of a discussion - he most certainly did embarrass himself on that occasion.

don't get me wrong i'm all for people expressing themselves in interviews, it gets boring hearing the same old PR-friendly stuff. which is why i liked mourinho in his first stint. i remember one time when they drew 1-1 with blackburn and had a goal wrongly disallowed he conducted his interview as if he team won 2-1, saying something like "we scored 2 beautiful goals, and the opponent scored 1. usually this means we win the game". i found that stuff hilarious. but this season he's gone too far and become very annoying in my opinion. although since you support chelsea i wouldn't expect you to have the same opinion as me i suppose.

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Krystalizer01 · Chelsea fan   In reply

@releasethekraken It's just his personality I suppose. The only thing I'm unhappy about is how he handle the Hazard situation. I don't think he's been embarassing. He's been answering questions he's been asked in various interviews. I think he's not afraid to say what he thinks. Surely there's nothing wrong with that.

Erm I'm not sure, but I'm sure it was you that started the thread about Mourinho embarrassing himself. I'm not sure though, so correct me if I'm wrong.

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releasethekraken · Liverpool fan   In reply

@Krystalizer01 the guy is a massive attention seeker. this is why i am 'ranting' (posting one discussion about him). he is of course entitled to an opinion but this season he has become incredibly tiresome with his bullsh!t. always on the wind-up. i used to like mourinho and was pleased he was coming back but this season you have to admit his behaviour has been embarrassing. he's like a child. he's just gone from entertaining to annoying.

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Krystalizer01 · Chelsea fan

How was his criticism hypocritical as well? I'm assuming you're talking about Mourinho labelling Suarez as a diver... Fair enough a couple Chelsea players have dived this season. I think Oscar or maybe Ramires has the most... Still nothing close to the amount of time Suarez has.

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Krystalizer01 · Chelsea fan

I'm assuming he said this in his last press conference, I didn't watch it, maybe he was asked his opinion of it all though. What's the problem with him giving his opinion? You always seem to be ranting about Mourinho and Chelsea...

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Jonevarro · Chelsea fan

I'm not saying Dzeko has been better, I'm just saying there is a bit of an argument there, it's not as ridiculous as you're suggesting

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Jonevarro · Chelsea fan

@releasethekraken as far as I'm aware he's scored 0 vs the top 4 teams...

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releasethekraken · Liverpool fan   In reply

@Jonevarro wouldn't say he's looked average. and anyway goals are goals. and he has 31 of them. player of the year. mourinho only backed dzeko to get some more attention on himself.

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Jonevarro · Chelsea fan

@releasethekraken It's easier to look amazing when you're smashing them in against #### teams. Suarez has looked average against big teams.

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releasethekraken · Liverpool fan   In reply

@Jonevarro i don't really understand this comment.

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releasethekraken · Liverpool fan   In reply

@Jonevarro sorry, must have misunderstood the 'player of the year' award. i thought it was to be awarded to the best player this season, i didn't realise it was meant for the best player against the top 4 this season. my mistake.

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Jonevarro · Chelsea fan

Ironic when in the same week, the God of a manager that is Rodgers has claimed that the decisions in the City game at the Etihad could be the reason why they don't win the title! If only you knew how to defend Rodgers, as you said - it's easy!

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Jonevarro · Chelsea fan

If you read the quotes what he says isn't actually that far off. Dzeko has been infinitely better than Suarez in the "big" games. Suarez has scored a lot more yes, but how many of those have been against poor teams when winning? Mourinho also did agree that Suarez had a good season.

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