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Was he fired, pressured, or did he truly leave by mutual consent?
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All of the above?

What happens in the manager musical chairs game?
Mourinho
Guardiola to Man City?
Pellegrini to ?
Ancelotti to Bayern?
Rafa Beinitez out of Madrid?
Brendan Rodgers?
Bielsa to Swansea City?
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Was he fired, pressured, or did he truly leave by mutual consent?


Don't you get enough of drama queens with your HS teams? [biggrin]

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Abramovich gave Mou tons of rope to hang himself and boy did Mou take it.

Mourinho should have been let go right after that doctor debacle, imo.

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 Pita, your right for IMO, he crossed the line when he publically humiliated the clubs female psyiotherapist on the opening game of the season.
I think that the top players lost some respect for the way he handled the whole sorry saga.

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I read he has eyes on Man U.
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It was fascinating that at Manchester Utd's home ground today, Man Utd lost 1-2 to middle of the road Norwich and the Man Utd fans were chanting Mourinho's name.
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What is it the English say, you'd have to be daft to hire the man.  Mou can't help himself, he might behave for awhile but his crazy antics will soon surface again. I don't think Man United wants a loose cannon like Mou. Of course Van Gaal when younger did some crazy things too.
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Was he fired, pressured, or did he truly leave by mutual consent?


Don't you get enough of drama queens with your HS teams? [biggrin]

The kids are no problem, it's the parents with their out of control egos that create all the drama.[biggrin]

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So Hiddink replaced him. What do you guys think about that move.
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Hiddink is a decoy til the end of the season.
What I want to know is What the HELL is Drogba doing there????
He can't play no more - he hasn't any coaching qualifications.....this smacks of player power gone cuckoo

Chelsea had better be careful what they wish for.
It wasnt the manager that was the problem - it was 4 players who lost faith in the manager in the way he handled the female physio saga and they poisoned the rest.

The 4 know who they are - its common knowledge in the pro coaching circles here in the UK.
From winning the title, virtually the same players think they dont need to work as hard.

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It seems there was discord with the players at Chelsea, one sign in the crowd blamed Costa, Hazard Fabregas, so there were issues behind the scene.  I lost a lot of respect for him when he blamed the medical staff.  You could argue that they should have known that Hazard was OK and not to go on the pitch, but Mourinho should have took care of that behind closed doors.

Drogbra at the Bridge was a move by Abramovich to appease the crowd as he was a crowd favorite - Drogbra not smart enough to know that.

LVG walked out of a press conference, so you can see the pressure he is under.

Results over the Christmas period will be interesting.

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