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stamfordbridge:

“Mourinho has given me this feeling that I would be a big part of the team. He plans with me and he wants me in this team and he wants to play me. That’s why I want to stay at this club. Everything here is good for me. I have the pressure to perform, I have the pressure to do well in training. I have the great fans that all support me here and so there was no question for me that I would leave this club in the summer.”

stamfordbridge:

“Mourinho has given me this feeling that I would be a big part of the team. He plans with me and he wants me in this team and he wants to play me. That’s why I want to stay at this club. Everything here is good for me. I have the pressure to perform, I have the pressure to do well in training. I have the great fans that all support me here and so there was no question for me that I would leave this club in the summer.”

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stamfordbridge:

‘I scored and now I have more confidence to play and I need to score more goals. I am happy to score and to give an assist but the most important for me is that the team win, and the team played very well. We played confidently and we had the possession.’

stamfordbridge:

‘I scored and now I have more confidence to play and I need to score more goals. I am happy to score and to give an assist but the most important for me is that the team win, and the team played very well. We played confidently and we had the possession.’

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stamfordbridge:

Saturday’s win over Aston Villa brought Jose Mourinho’s 250th game as Chelsea manager, and with it came his 165th win, a number taking him ahead of the late Dave Sexton.
Mourinho’s work has led to two Premier League titles, two League Cups, and FA Cup and a record-breaking undefeated home run. There promises to be plenty more success over the next 250…
By the numbers: PLAYED 250, WON 165, DRAWN 52, LOST 33, GOALS FOR 452, GOALS CONCEDED 171

stamfordbridge:

Saturday’s win over Aston Villa brought Jose Mourinho’s 250th game as Chelsea manager, and with it came his 165th win, a number taking him ahead of the late Dave Sexton.

Mourinho’s work has led to two Premier League titles, two League Cups, and FA Cup and a record-breaking undefeated home run. There promises to be plenty more success over the next 250…

By the numbers: PLAYED 250, WON 165, DRAWN 52, LOST 33, GOALS FOR 452, GOALS CONCEDED 171