Jose Mourinho Blasted After Chelsea Thrash Everton & Eden Hazard Stars… Wicked World!

Jose Mourinho & ChelseaHow did he Special One screw things up so badly at Chelsea again?Twelve months ago, under the stewardship of Jose Mourinho, the Blues was a complete horror show as their fans were fearing a battle against relegation to the Championship.Indeed, during that period Eden Hazard was a shadow of the player who the year before had lead his side to the EPL title.But Mourinho’s now gone, the squad has largely stayed the same as Antonio Conte has arrived, but incredibly the Blues are now top of the league.After a five game winning streak in the Premier League in which they’ve failed to concede a goal, Chelsea are flying.
Since the start of last season,Antonio Conte has as many Premier League wins as JoseMourinho.— Daniel Storey (@danielstorey85)November5, 2016Hope for Man United fans that Jose Mourinho’s teams CAN play stylish football. Albeit 11 months after he’s been sacked.— Tom Williams (@tomwfootball)November 5, 2016

Interesting how Chelsea’s performances this season have exposed Mourinho morethan United’s.— RG⁶ (@registability)November 5, 2016

Live from Jose Mourinho’s sitting room…— Paddy Power (@paddypower)November 5,2016

Chelsea fans 15/16: ‘It’s not Mourinho’s fault, it’s the players!’United fans 16/17: ‘It’s not Mourinho fault, it’s the players!’— \ (@Gurpage_Singh)November 5, 2016

Thank god Mourinho left Chelsea— Chelsea Related (@Chelsea_Related)November 5, 2016

Jose Mourinho watching Eden Hazard and Diego Costa tear it up for— The Sun Football(@TheSunFootball)November 5, 2016

Hazard and Matic have broken free of the Mourinho curse. Isn’t God good?— Dami (@TheChelseaWay)October 30, 2016Mourinho has taken so many L’s in a year he’s now basically a town in Wales.— Paddy (@VieiraPaddy)November 5, 2016

Pedro a player Mourinho signed and then could find little use for. That has a familiar ring to it. Different player under Conte.— John Brewin (@JohnBrewinESPN)November 5, 2016

Jose Mourinho has now lost 21 of his last 42 games as a manager…— Uber Football Facts (@UberFootbalI)November 5, 2016


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