what are Jose`s chances to repeat his succesful season(s) with Inter? Or is the competition in LaLiga just much tougher than in Serie A where Inter tends to dominate?
Mourinho is a great coach, no doubt about that. And he can count not only with his skills, but also with a very good team and a big budget to make it even better. So I think it's quite possible that he becomes once again succesful and wins trophies. Maybe not as many as with the other teams he coached, but still enough to maintain his good reputation.
We'll be watching the game tomorrow!!! YES!!!
Real Madrid needs to get back into the game - Barcelona is making us look bad.
I watched the game against Mallorca and I was extremely dissapointed with the way Real played. Sure, they had a few good scoring opportunities towards the end of the match but until 75th minute they showed absolutely nothing.
I've backed them to get to the final of the Champions League but I don't think they will win it. With players coming and going all the time, I think they lack a real team spirit that works in Barcelona's favor.
never under estimate Mourinho. Everywhere he goes he wins. he will target the CL and dont be surprised if he wins it
I wouldn't be surprised if he made a bid for Drogba in the new year, to definately win the title.
Mourinho is synonymous with success and like his previous appointments I'm sure he's relishing the challenge and in his element when taking on one of the most prestigious jobs in football. If he's not successful at the end of this season with picking up a trophy or two I'd be very surprised.
I know of mafioso who do drugs in Italy, I don't know of the same in Spain.
I think he will win something but not the treble. If you remember, at Inter he won the league in his first season then the treble in his second. As the spanish league is stronger than the italian, my guess would be he'd win the cup this year, the champions league next year and the spanish league in 2 years time.
Mourinho is a great manager however i think he will defintely be tested the most in his career at Real Madrid , thy've failed to qualify past the last 16 in the Champions League for years.
It's hard to look at them as the team to beat , there not Barcelona are. For me they play the best football in the world maybe of all time and even Real Madrid with the new generation of galaticos will find it difficult to stop an incredible football team.
Mourinho can win trophies but he has to rely on Barcelona not been at there best because if they are they're simply unstoppable.
I reckon he will, he has managed to everywhere else, even if he does not win La Liga this season.
Even if he does not this season he will next and the one after that and then he will probably move on!
I think that he has a great chance of winning something this season for one simple reason- himself.
I would say that Mourinho and Alex Ferguson are probably the only 2 managers who could go to a club and totally transform them at this level. Real Madrid's teamwork, workrate and defensive capabilities will surely improve.
It will no doubt prove to be very tough with Barcelona probably favourites for all the tournaments they are in, but i just think that Jose Mourinho with his great past record won't give up the chance of winning any trophy and i am sure there are still a lot of his unique motivational methods that he can put to very good use.
Maurinho is a great manager, he proved it in stamford bridge and san siro, i think he can continue his winning career. LaLiga, this season is for real madrid. And Ronaldo is in tremendous form, thats an advantage for them.
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