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I quite liked Mourinho!

Watching the carnage evolve down the other end of the Fulham Road, I can`t help but admit I admire the Portuguese gentleman.

After living in the shadow of their success, I guess I should hate him with a vengeance, after all, you try living in the back pockets of an office full of Chelsea supporting staff.

Nevertheless, Mourinho formed a sort of bond with Chris Coleman, our ex-manager. He didn`t have to, after all Coleman was never gong to trouble him in the trophy stakes was he?

But Mourinho obviously spotted something in Coleman, perhaps he saw him as something of a prodigy in the harsh world of football.

Now he`s gone, football will not be the same. It`ll lack some of the colour, some of the passion and some of the fervour he generates.

Therefore on behalf of, what I suspect will be the minority, I`d like to wish Jose success wherever he ends up.




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Writer: Andrew Joyce  Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Thursday September 20 2007

Time: 1:41PM

Your Comments

Sacking CC was the biggest mistake Fulham ever did.
G4L
agree with the article, and the comment
EvertonMike
You lot obvously sacked your manager and know the other that is Mourinho follows.
Frisky
well, at least we still have fat sam who serves the same purpose-> talk thrash. of coz mourinho talks more trash but sam trash are usually not funny gonna miss that bas3rd.....
korodon
I think sacking CC was the best thing to happen to Fulham!! Things were going stale! whereas regards to jose, im gonna miss him and his post match interviews!
oranje_emu
nice article - thanks for the sentiments!
merlin
he was one of the best managers in the prem he was only sacked because he wouldn't be Abromovich's lapdog good on him and £25mil isn't a bad payoff
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