Published: Sat, October 20, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Jose Mourinho vows not to 'celebrate like crazy' at Chelsea

Jose Mourinho vows not to 'celebrate like crazy' at Chelsea

"For me is another game", he stated.

The Blues have already beaten Arsenal 3-2 at Stamford Bridge in their second league fixture of the season, before Liverpool FC denied Chelsea FC a valuable win when Daniel Sturridge netted a late equaliser in a 1-1 draw in west London outfit last month. He added: "We are talking about a coach that has won everything, everywhere, so I think you have to respect him".

"I think I would try to control myself and to respect the stadium and the supporters that were my supporters and stadium for many years, to do that should be something if I completely lost my emotional control, which is not easy". So indifferent has United's form been in 2018-19 there had even been speculation José Mourinho could lose his job at Old Trafford, but Sarri is convinced this weekend's opponents are the best in the division.

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Mourinho's promise to control his emotions comes at the end of a week in which he has been charged by the FA following comments he made towards a TV camera after his team's dramatic 3-2 win over Newcastle before the global break.

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Mourinho has been granted an extension to 6pm on Wednesday to respond to his Football Association charge of "using abusive and/or insulting and/or improper" language.

"If I answer to your question I probably have another process because I can not imply bias, so my answer is no answer", he said.

Hazard admitted that things didn't go well in Mourinho's past year at the club, but blames that on himself.

The deal represents an impressive recovery for the England global who has battled through a loss of form and fitness, as well as a horrendous double leg break, and repeated public criticism from Mourinho in his time at Old Trafford. Very good results, top of the league and of course lots of good players'.

Sanchez capped the dramatic comeback against Newcastle with a stoppage-time victor and Mourinho has insisted he wants his team to always play with as much attacking intent as they did in the second half against Rafael Benitez's side.

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