Heard a few rival fans taking a swipe at Jose. Yes even those who were drubbed when they played us. You know what, even though his unbeaten record at the Bridge was broken yesterday, 77 wins and 1 loss at home is still the best record ever so come back to me when your team and manager has achieved that. Doesn’t matter if that record was broken, we’ll vie for a new record now and my boys are more than capable of doing that. Finally have this to say - Win or lose or draw, for me - Jose the best manager, JT the best skipper, Stamford Bridge a fortress, my Chelsea boys the best, forever!!! One life, one love, one family, one aim, one home, one club - Chelsea FC!(Via my own instagram)
Win or lose or draw, I’m Chelsea till I die! Blue forever!
Almost a hug that
The Chelsea boys arriving at the Bridge. (Photos via chelseafc’s twitter)
For me, it was an incredible experience because everything is psychological there, it’s all affection and emotion. You can prepare in University to work with them. but when you arrive there, everything is about passion, heart, direct rapport and empathy. I worked with children who had motor problems and then I worked also with kids who had mental and psychological problems. It’s all love. You succeed in doing the little things which for them are big things. I was very young and at the same time in which I was training 14 to 15 year-old boys, I was working at the school with these children and for me this was a fantastic experience that you take with you for the rest of your life. And many times, I tell my players, when they are not happy, that they need to be always happy and that there are many with so many problems in life and these children are an example. A player has to exploit his life as a player that only lasts 10 to 15 years and therefore needs to be happy every day.
He’d come back (Sir Bobby Robson asked him to watch forthcoming opponents) and hand me a dossier that was absolutely first class. I mean first class. As good as anything I’ve ever received. Here he was, in his early thirties, never been a player, never been a coach to speak of either, giving me reports as good as anything I ever got.
Eden Hazard has been nominated for both Player of The Year and Young Player of The Year awards. Congrats to him! (Winners will be announced April 27)
John Terry has had an outstanding season. We have the best defensive record in the league and he’s a major part of that. John wants to stay and the club want him to stay but it is not club policy to comment on contractual issues.