Maybe The Future Of Football Is A Beautiful Grass Without Goals; Where Possession Wins The Game...Jose Mourinho’s 2nd Jibe At Arsenal

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has defended his side's style of play following their 0-0 draw at Arsenal
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has defended his side's style of play following their 0-0 draw at Arsenal
Jose Mourinho has taken a second swipe at Arsenal the day after he announced the Gunners who played 'boring football' as they haven't won the league title in over a decade. Mourinho's side drew 0-0 at the Emirates Stadium on Sunday and left the pitch with the home crowd singing: 'Boring Boring Chelsea'.

He responded in the post-match press conference by teasing Arsene Wenger with remarks such as: 'Boring is not winning the title for 10 years' and 'Boring is when you want to win a game at home and you take off your number nine.'
Mourinho believes its hypocritical to criticise Chelsea's style of play when they are top of the Premier League
Mourinho believes its hypocritical to criticise Chelsea's style of play when they are top of the Premier League
Arsenal fans sang 'Boring Boring Chelsea' during the Emirates Stadium stalemate on Sunday afternoon
Arsenal fans sang 'Boring Boring Chelsea' during the Emirates Stadium stalemate on Sunday afternoon
Mourinho also feels the PFA Team of the Year announced on Sunday should have featured 11 of his players
Mourinho also feels the PFA Team of the Year announced on Sunday should have featured 11 of his players
Mourinho also claimed the PFA Premier League Team of the Year should have contained 11 Chelsea players. Six of his team – John Terry, Branislav Ivanovic, Gary Cahill, Nemanja Matic, Eden Hazard and Diego Costa - were named in the team of the year unveiled at a ceremony on Sunday evening. Hazard was voted Player of the Year by his fellow professionals - but the Chelsea manager was more shocked to find midfielder Cesc Fabregas had not made it into the composite team.
Eden Hazard poses with the PFA trophy after winning the award with a superb season in a Chelsea shirt
Eden Hazard poses with the PFA trophy after winning the award with a superb season in a Chelsea shirt
Hazard was one of six Chelsea players to feature in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year for this season
Hazard was one of six Chelsea players to feature in the PFA Premier League Team of the Year for this season

He added that the PFA team – which also contained David de Gea, Ryan Bertrand, Alexis Sanchez, Harry Kane and Philippe Coutinho - would not win the title because it was short of a midfielder – like Fabregas. 'They should have all been in it,' said Mourinho. 'I think it should have been the Chelsea team. I know this is the Chelsea manager speaking, and obviously I respect every one of the players in that team, and especially everyone that was chosen.

'The players from the other teams have the right to choose, and obviously great players were in that team, and great players were outside that team. But, just as an example, the season Fabregas is doing, the number of assists and quality of his game... not to be there is a bit strange. 'And I think that team wouldn't win the Premier League, because that team is four defenders, Matic and only five to attack. So it's a team without any balance. That team is missing a midfield player, and I think that midfield player should be Fabregas.

There was no place for Blues midfielder Cesc Fabregas (right) - despite an impressive first season at the club
There was no place for Blues midfielder Cesc Fabregas (right) - despite an impressive first season at the club
Chelsea are 10 points clear at the top with five to play. They will win the title if they beat Leicester on Wednesday and Crystal Palace on Sunday. 
Mourinho believes the Spain international (left) would have given the PFA Team of the Year a better balance
Mourinho believes the Spain international (left) would have given the PFA Team of the Year a better balance



  - Daily Mail








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