José "The Special One" Mourinho

Alex de Large

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Mar 12, 2005
Messages
15,146
Likes
873
Favorite Player
Barella
10 years of FIF
Grande Mourinho mocking Barça and RuBe.
In spanish is even more offensive 'tiburones fracasados'
 

Puma

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Mar 9, 2004
Messages
4,826
Likes
2,655
10 years of FIF
One thing I absolutely loved (and continue to love) about Mourinho is his ability to comment upon and sum things up in a few sentences and doing so in a manner which inevitably cuts.

There should not be any second chances for Champions League teams. If they get eliminated in the group stage then so be it.
 

Glass box

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Feb 3, 2014
Messages
8,160
Likes
4,350
There should not be any second chances for Champions League teams. If they get eliminated in the group stage then so be it.
the revenue from EL is so low, that I don't think anyone would be against it in that regard

the coefficients also don't move much up unless you win it

I'd rather finish 8th than 5-7th
 

brehme1989

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Jan 17, 2005
Messages
30,408
Likes
10,229
10 years of FIF
Nostradamus

delaurentis

Capitano
Capitano
Joined
Dec 5, 2009
Messages
1,047
Likes
27
Favorite Player
4,19,22,25
Let me remind everyone that Inter are not through yet, and Barca not 'relegated' to EL.
Inter first needs to win against Plzen for that to be 100% / or equal the result of Barca vs Bayern.

Football can be a funny game, and we all know Inter are top of the league when it comes to funny games (ex. Pazza Inter). With Inter it's hardly ever easy, I guess we should all know that by now. Especially Mourinho
 

Besnik

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Mar 3, 2009
Messages
15,572
Likes
716
10 years of FIF
Let me remind everyone that Inter are not through yet, and Barca not 'relegated' to EL.
Inter first needs to win against Plzen for that to be 100% / or equal the result of Barca vs Bayern.

Football can be a funny game, and we all know Inter are top of the league when it comes to funny games (ex. Pazza Inter). With Inter it's hardly ever easy, I guess we should all know that by now. Especially Mourinho
Indeed nothing is official yet, but without trying to underestimate Plzen, they are absolutely dogshit. We've managed to defeat them while we've been awful and we were through a bad form. It's not like we're great either but at least we're better atm and I can't see how we're gonna struggle at defeating them. Miracles do happen, but I expect us to win comfortably at home against Plzen.
 

DARi0

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Mar 20, 2007
Messages
9,659
Likes
3,133
Favorite Player
Hakimi
10 years of FIF

VIDEO: EMOTIONAL INTER TREBLE REUNION FOR MOURINHO AND STANKOVIC​

There was an emotional reunion on the touchline between Jose Mourinho and Dejan Stankovic, who won the Treble together at Inter, but are today opposing coaches in Sampdoria–Roma.

Mou was the tactician in that 2009-10 campaign that saw Inter win the Champions League, Serie A title and Coppa Italia, the only Italian club to ever achieve that feat.
Stankovic was one of the stars of his midfield, but now he is a coach himself and joined Sampdoria last week.

There was a touching moment as the pair met up again during the warm-up at Marassi, Mourinho giving Stankovic a paternal kiss on the top of the head.

 

Sevag

Primavera
Primavera
Joined
Mar 12, 2010
Messages
236
Likes
74
Favorite Player
Adriano

DARi0

Allenatore
Allenatore
Joined
Mar 20, 2007
Messages
9,659
Likes
3,133
Favorite Player
Hakimi
10 years of FIF
Mourinho embraced Stankovic during the warm-up and gave him a paternal kiss on the top of the head:
“It was a special embrace and he is a special guy. I don’t know if I can tell you what I said to him, but one of the things I said was: ‘Remember that crazy goal you scored here?’ He hit one from midfield!

“He said he cared about me, I replied the same and we’ll meet later.”
 

Besnik

La Grande Inter
La Grande Inter
Joined
Mar 3, 2009
Messages
15,572
Likes
716
10 years of FIF
Please no. It has nothing to do with his coaching style or whatever, it's just pure magnificient legacy he achieved with us and I don't want that to be destroyed by any eventual disappointment by him coming back and failing.
 
Top