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Former Chelsea Boss States it’s Easy to be Successful at Stamford Bridge

Jose Mourinho was first appointed Chelsea manager in the year 2004. Club owner Roman Abramovich saw in him the character, leadership, and charisma that would bring Silverwares to the London Club.

Jose Mourinho was then the youngest manager to win the Champions League and also a treble at Porto beating the likes of Ferguson’s Manchester United making him a hot prospect in the football world.

Joining the Blues following season and winning them the Premier League title. The team was transformed completely playing counter-attacking football.

Mourinho says it is easy to be successful at Chelsea:

Thomas Tuchel’s amazing start to the season continues with an amazing defensive record with 0 shots on target in both the games.

Thomas Tuchel made few changes to club legend Frank Lampard’s team. The formation was switched from 4-2-3-1 to 3-4-2-1. Tuchel brought in Callum-Hudson-Odoi who played as right-wing-back in both the games and was doing both the attacking and defensive duties.

Mourinho also commented that not only himself but many of the other managers such as Carlo Ancelotti, Antonio Conte, and Maurizio Sarri all were successful at Chelsea.

“I believe Chelsea always has great players and great squads and good coaches are happy to work with these clubs and with players that give you a very good opportunity to be successful and to win titles.

Tuchel has rough run of fixtures in the upcoming month in which they face Atletico Madrid, Manchester United, Everton, and Liverpool.

Chelsea Fans are excited to see performances under the new manager and hope they might land the top 4 positions in the Premier League and land a silverware.

Tottenham Hotspur head coach has found success hard to come-by. Fans hope that they can get some glory this season and being the second season in which Mourinhio has delivered everywhere fans feel he can do the same with Spurs.

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