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Chelsea fans fooled former manager Josè Mourinho, who is being humiliated at Stamford Bridge after being received with total indifference ahead of the clash against Manchester United.

Chelsea supporters start singing chant “You are getting sacked in the morning” and “José Mourinho we want you to stay” following the Blues‘ fourth goal scored by N’Golo Kante with 20′ left to go.

 

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Chelsea are in total control of the game at halftime.

Pedro took advantage of a huge mistake of Manchester United‘s defense and scored after only 35 seconds.

Then Gary Cahill scored again from an Hazard’s corner kick and Diego Costa had at least 3 chances to raise up the score.

The Red Devils tried to bounce back from the very poor start to the game, but the Blues are showing a great attitude so far.

Chelsea Pedro

Chelsea 2-0 Manchester United

Pedro 1′ Cahill 20′

Bookings: Bailly (MUN) David Luiz, Pedro (CHE)

 

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While former Chelsea manager José Mourinho was received with indifference by Stamford Bridge when he came to the bench before the whistle, captain John Terry has welcomed the Portuguese back with am honest and warm hug.

Terry Mourinho

Chelsea are still in front after scoring with Pedro and Cahill and seem to be in total control of the game so far.

 

 

 

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Former Chelsea manager Josè Mourinho returned to Stamford Bridge as the Blues face Manchester United in the Premier League Matchady 9 today.

The Portuguese was received with indifference by his former supporters when he came to the bench before the whistle.

Chelsea are leading the game 2-0 so far, thanks to Pedro and Cahill who both scored in the first half.

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Chelsea – Courtois; Azpilicueta, David Luiz, Cahill (c); Moses, Kante, Matic, Alonso; Pedro, Diego Costa, Hazard

Subs:  Begovic, Aina, Terry, Chalobah, Oscar, Willian, Batshuayi.

Manager: Antonio Conte

Manchester United – De Gea, Valencia, Bailly, Smalling (c), Blind, Herrera, Fellaini, Lingard, Pogba, Rashford, Ibrahimovic.

Subs: Romero, Rojo, Darmian, Carrick, Young, Mata, Martial

Manager: José Mourinho

Venue: Stamford Bridge

Kick-Off: 4pm BST

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Chelsea striker Michy Batshuayi, when asked on Twitter over a possible move to Manchester United, brilliantly responded: “According to Google on April, and I’ll still be keeping the blue flag flying high”.

It is understood the Blues will travel to Manchester on 15th April to face the Red Devils at Old Trafford and the Belgium international striker, who joined from Olympique Marseille on a £33m move last summer, revealed his intention to stay despite exit rumors.

Batshuayi

 

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Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois believes that new manager Antonio Conte brought in a ‘new regime’ to change the attitude of his squad following the last disappointing season at Stamford Bridge.

“Different managers have different ways of working, – the Belgium international told Chelsea TV – In terms of food, drinks and everything, he put a new regime in place”.

“In training, he wanted to put his mark on the group immediately, with videos to see how we would have to train and tactically what to do – Courtois added – We have worked on that a lot and, maybe, that is sometimes boring – but it’s important to know how to do these things”.

Then he ended: “Everyone gets on board as he is the new manager. You listen to him because he is the boss and he paves the way for us.”

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Chelsea defender Marcos Alonso spoke ahead of Blues‘ game against Manchester United today.

“We have an amazing team with so much quality, I think it’s a more level game but I don’t think the mentality as a player changes a lot, – he told the club’s official website – You still have to be 100 per cent concentrated and give everything on the pitch whoever you are playing for. It’s always going to be hard to beat a team like Man United”.

The former Fiorentina defender added: “Obviously if you play for Chelsea you have quality players who can win the game maybe easier than if you play for Sunderland, but it’s still going to be a hard game and we will have to show good concentration if we are to get the three points. It’s a new challenge and we will have to fight a lot”.

“It was a new thing for me when I went to Italy, and now I think I’m used to it even if I had always played as a full-back in a four-man defence before then – Alonso revealed – It’s going well and I am happy to be there playing, wherever the manager wants me, and hopefully we can keep winning games and keep getting clean sheets”.

“We trained on some tactical things and I try to help the team as much as I can in defence, and if I can do some attacking as well it is good for me and the team. It’s about getting the right balance.”

“He did a great job at Juventus and with Italy, he was very respected there, and now he’s working very hard to improve this team and keep winning with Chelsea”,

“He’s a fantastic manager and I am happy to be here working with him. Now it’s time for us to help Chelsea achieve great things.”

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Chelsea goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois remarked that his former head coach José Mourinho is ‘a top manager’ and that he will always be grateful to the Special One.

“I was happy to work under him – he told SkySportsHe brought me back, played me and then we became champions. That was very good. But it didn’t work out in the second year.

“Everybody wasn’t at their best level after being champions but that won’t affect the relationship I had with him before.

The Belgium international ended: “I will always be thankful for bringing me back and playing me. It’s always nice to play under top managers. You learn a lot from them.”

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Wayne Rooney didn’t travel to London with the rest of Manchester United squad for an injury he picked up while training in the last days ahead of Chelsea clash.

His current manager, José Mourinho, had nice words for the Red Devils captain when he decided to drop him for technical reasons:

“I will never make that decision. A player of his stature, a player of his history in the club will never go to point where club or manager want to make that decision for him

“I put him [Rooney] on the bench for three matches in a row. That is hard for him, hard for me, so that is being ruthless, to put in my mind the interests of the team in front of the player, prestige, status. In this case even legend. To put on bench a player with the numbers he has for club and country is hard.

“But as we were saying before, this is an industry where the people who leads, sometimes in a correct decision, sometimes not correct decisions, but in our mind the decisions we think is the best for the team.”

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