Chelsea manager Graham Porter is in absolute crisis.
In the midst of Chelsea’s sluggishness, there were two games that exploded the anger of Chelsea fans. Lost 0-1 against Dortmund in the first leg of the round of 16 of the UEFA Champions League (UCL). And a 0-1 loss to Southampton, the bottom of the English Premier League (EPL). Chelsea fans are crying out for Porter’s sacking.
In particular, in the transfer market last winter, despite spending an unprecedented amount of money to recruit a large number of players, sluggish performance and performance continued, and the patience of the fans reached its limit.
As a result, rumors of director Porter’s dismissal are gaining momentum, and the names of Porter’s successor directors are being revealed one by one. With the names of many coaches going up and down, attention is focused on the move of AS Roma coach Jose Mourinho, the ‘Special One’. 메이저사이트
Many local media are reporting the possibility of Mourinho’s return to Chelsea. Mourinho has experience holding the Chelsea helm from 2004 to 2007, and from 2013 to 2015. He collected a total of eight trophies at Chelsea, including three EPL championships.
In particular, winning the EPL played a decisive role in coach Mourinho’s rise to the ranks of world-class masters. It was an evaluation of the power that transformed Chelsea, which was a mediocre team, into the best team in the EPL.
This kind of manager Mourinho is connected to the third Chelsea manager of his career. Italian defender Fulvio Colovati has also predicted Mourinho’s move to Chelsea.
Kolovati was an Italian defender who played for AC Milan, Inter Milan, and A Roma, and was named as a member of the 1982 World Cup in Spain while playing for the Italian national team. He was also included in the 1982 World Cup All-Stars.
He told Italy’s RAI Sport, “I saw Mourinho’s strangely sad expression despite his victory at AS Roma. I would have received an offer. I think I received an offer from Chelsea in particular, including several national teams.”