Jose: Chelsea fans are soft

Discussion in 'General Football' started by L.S.U.Yiddo, Oct 11, 2007.

  1. L.S.U.Yiddo

    L.S.U.Yiddo Drink responsibly. Don't spill it.

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    Jose's new book;

    :lol: It's great to see one of their greatest managers have a go at them.
     
  2. SpurSince57

    SpurSince57 Well-Known Member

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    They've been like that since the 60s. King's Road posers with a hardcore of neo-Nazi apes.
     
  3. bomberH

    bomberH Poofuck

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    It's comments like the last paragraph which make me think there's a real chance he'd accept this job if he was offered the right amount of money.

    Apart from the whole 'parked bus' saga (which was heat of the moment anyway), he's actually always been very pleasant about the club and the fans. Even when the nob jockey ran on the field to hit Lampard, he never really slated us.

    I know he's out of our league really and probably not too good for us in terms of the style still sort of demanded by Spurs fans, but i can really see him being tempted if the right offer came at the right time.
     
  4. Bill_Oddie

    Bill_Oddie Everything in Moderation Staff

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    I'd like to have seen him come out with that in the Shed 20 years ago. Not many of them were 'society'.
     
  5. thinktank

    thinktank Hmmm...

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    Yes. He's got a very very soft spot for us (that's not an invitation, bomber). I'd love to see him here.
     
  6. SpurSince57

    SpurSince57 Well-Known Member

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    Of the current beauty parade, the leader ahead of Ramos. Actually, they're the only two candidates I can think of. I really do believe he has a lot of regard for Spurs; downside is, he's obviously pretty chummy with Jol and will know all about the shit flying around behind the scenes. He may feel he's had quite enough of that at Chelsea.
     
  7. FMA

    FMA Well-Known Member

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    He might bring us success, but at what price?
     
  8. fieryjack

    fieryjack Well-Known Member

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    He would have had enough room though, amongst their 10000 crowds. :grin:
     
  9. C0YS

    C0YS Just another member

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  10. Randall Flagg

    Randall Flagg Member

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    I don't even think it's a question of "might" with him.

    We can only try by offering the control and money he would deem acceptable.
     
  11. batigol

    batigol Active Member

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    Well, it will be refreshing to have him appointed and given total control. Stops us Spurs fans from getting confused over who's to blame for our current predicament; Levy, DC, or BMJ. One target makes it easier for us fickle fans to decide who to hate (or love?). :razz:
     
  12. Kendall

    Kendall Well-Known Member

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    I long for the day when we're actually capable of parking a bus again :cry:
     
  13. llamafarmer

    llamafarmer One of Spursking's African boys

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    Agreed. I think Mourinho is just one of life's winners. He'll piss a lot of people off on his way, but in the end he gets the results.
     

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