Mourinho Out, Chelsea Down!!!!!

Indonesia
September 20, 2007 2:25am CST
I'm sure with that how about you??
8 responses
• Nigeria
3 Oct 07
At all, Chealsea can never be down. the absent of Mouriho Does not mean anything, he is not the one playing the Ball. the footballers are the one doing it.So there is nothing the new coach can not do. that is what i believe
@bimal10p (1220)
• India
3 Oct 07
well mourinho left stamford bridge and u can see the after affects..they are struggling to win ..even the last home game was a draw..
@mr_ular (842)
• Malaysia
21 Sep 07
i think there shall not be any problem to chelsea coz they have fund and afford to hired great manger. about their perfomance this year, in early stage they are not so good, but i believe they will inprove since they have a lot of good player in the squad.
• Spain
21 Sep 07
Chealsea needs a manager like Frank Rikaard or Ancelotti,they have a great football play and good results.Yes,Chealsea have great players but is not playing like a team.Depends always of Drogba or similar players that make the difference.I think Chealsea need 2-3 years to conect all good players and play a good football like Barcelona.
• Malaysia
11 Oct 07
I hope so... But I guess not. Chelsea have a rich owner. I'm sure they able to get high profile manager to replace Mourinho. I am Liverpool Fan..
• Nigeria
11 Oct 07
Yes thank God Arsenal will com up this season.
@shrine (11)
• Indonesia
5 Oct 07
I guess so.. I'm a fan of Chelsea cause of the "M" factor. But now im not too sure..
@aswinpai (186)
• India
22 Sep 07
i used to hate him but now that he left i am starting to think who will take his place as the bad boy of epl. make no mistakes but Jose was chelsea. he raised chelsea to where they are now and they forced him to leave. he is a good manager and will be successful wherever he goes. http://epl-league.blogspot.com/
@ameyrp (252)
• Singapore
21 Sep 07
Depends on how the players cope with Jose Mourinho's departure. Granted that he is a good manager, and senior players respected him, but overall there's a lot of good players there. Certainly they wouldn't turn bad just because the manager is out. If the temporary coach could galvanise the team accordingly, they should still challenge for trophies
@poohgal (6848)
• Singapore
20 Sep 07
Hello there. I was shocked to read the news of Mourinho being forced to quit. Despite all the stupid things he has said of Man U before, I think he is a good manager. Hopefully Man U can capitalise on his departure and beat Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool to win the EPL title. =D