Chelsea fan favourite says he “would work tomorrow” which will fuel rumours

One Chelsea fan favourite says he wants to work again after recently losing his job, and this will naturally fuel more rumours.

We all know that current manager Mauricio Pochettino is under a lot of pressure as Blues boss right now, and many fans have already turned on him and want him replaced after his side sit in 11th place in the Premier League.

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In recent poor performances, some of the fan base have been calling for the return of Jose Mourinho to come back to the club, and he certainly does remain a fan favourite for some of them.

The former Chelsea manager is currently out of a job after being sacked by Roma recently, so he is available should Chelsea wish to pull the plug on Pochettino.

And Mourinho has admitted that he wants to work again right now should the right opportunity come available. But it remains to be known if that right opportunity would be Chelsea, and whether Chelsea would even consider bringing him in or not.

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  1. “Remains to be seen” whether bringing Mourinho back would be a good idea? Really? That’s your take, Simon?

    Anyone who thinks bringing Mourinho back (after yet ANOTHER managerial flame out—this time at Roma) doesn’t know squat about football. “The Special One” hasn’t been “special” in well over a decade and he’d be the absolute worst fit imaginable for such a young group. Or have we forgotten how notoriously impatient he is with inexperienced players? Do KDB and Salah ring any bells, lol?

    Frankly, I think it’s a pretty poor standard “Chelsea News” have set with this piece (and the others like it) that aren’t actually “news” at all — just negative supporter sentiment used to “stir the pot” and generate clicks. It’s even lamer than that, though, when you stop to consider what a colossally bad footballing decision it would be to bring back a washed up has been when you have the likes of Xabi Alonso and Thiago Motta showing that they are the future managerial stars of world football.

    I used to think Simon Phillips was better than this type of tripe. Looks like I was wrong.

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