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Jose Mourinho – I’ll be where I am loved!

mourinhoYesterday marked an incredible night in the history of Champions League as Borussia Dortmund made it to the finals, at the cost of 9 time winners Real Madrid. Real managed to beat Borussia 2-0, but fell short of that last goal which would had helped them go through to the finals. And even though the late energy of Real Madrid was rewarded by two goals, one from Karim Benzema and the other by Sergio Ramos, it is a match which will be remembered for the missed chances, especially of Ozil, Higuain for Real and Gundogan and Lewandowski for Dortmund. But Chelsea fans will have something else to remember from the game, the post match comments by Jose Mourinho.

Jose Mourinho said:

“I know I’m loved in England. Loved by the fans, the media. I know I’m loved by some clubs – especially one. In Spain it’s different – some people hate me. It’s difficult to make a decision because I like the club. I like the president.”

Okay, leave out that last part, none of our concern, what matters to us is what he said by his first statement. It is no secret in any part of the world that no team loves Jose Mourinho more than Chelsea FC, its players and of course, us fans. So finally after so many months of speculations we have the strongest sign yet that ‘our’ hero is coming back to his kingdom.

Moreover, there are reports in Spain and elsewhere in Belgium that Chelsea FC already have a deal in place to bring Jose Mourinho, and will gift him the signatures of Radamel Falcao as well as Maroune Fellaini/Joao Moutinho. And there have also been talks that Frank Lampard might after all be given a 1 year extension to his contract if the new boss wants him, and we all know how much Jose loves Frank.

Chelsea's manager Mourinho consoles Lampard after loss to Liverpool during FA Cup semi-final soccer match at Old Trafford in Manchester

And it also falls into place with Roman Abramovich stating that he wants David Luiz to replace John Terry as the captain from next season onwards, as Jose Mourinho was the one who made John the Chelsea captain in the first place, and wouldn’t it be unfair if he is not the one who passes on the captain’s armband to the next legend in the making?

And Jose, you never need to call yourself the ‘special one’ again; you were, are and will always be the ‘special one’ for us forever! And yes, there is no place sweeter than home afterall!

I hope you enjoyed the article, and ofcourse the possibility of getting the chance to sing aloud the name of our legend from next season. Do leave your thoughts and views in the comments section below. I’d love to hear from you! Cheers!

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