Jose Mourinho - Busted Flush?


#402

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Fire up the link please


#403

One man’s guru is another man’s bluffer, and that’s common to every person in that business.

There’s a pretty decent list of top sportspeople who don’t consider him a bluffer, however, including Steven Gerrard, Ronnie O’Sullivan, Chris Hoy, Victoria Pendleton and Padraig Harrington.


#404

#405

None of them overburdened with intelligence. Victoria pendleton is a narcissistic basket case.


#406

Every successful sports person ever


#407

Not that bad.


#408

I’d say it’s more about what you do in a break.


#448

I concur with @Mac.

Mourinho. is. box. office.


#449

Podrig from West Mead is on the line, he wants to talk about whether Gabriel Obertan will be a good signing for Manchester United, Podrig, You’re on Sky Sports!


#450

You cannot doubt Steven Gerrard.


#451

Stay tuned for Bulmers Loive after Foive with me, Moychal MocMullen, in assooociation with Bulmers, with our guests Don Givens and John Anderson.


#462

Has this been settled yet? Is Jose a busted flush or not?


#463

Right. Tidied this up a bit and it’s back to being mostly about José.


#464

neither.

#boxoffice


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#465

awful bland “banter” from a poster who defines tedium
a personification of a most unfulfilling life
you kick out HBV and Tassotti and retain muck like this


#466

But is Jose a busted flush mate ???


#467

NO, MOST CERTAINLY NOT


#468

I think he is


#469

What about Payet? What about all the Stoke and Palace players at this tournament?

Its all nonsense. Mentally they are weak, and they try to compensate for that then thru physicality. They are a mirror of their fans.


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#470

Chelsea’s performance last season with Mourinho at the helm suggests that he is.