Jose Mourinho Resigns

Jose Mourinho Resigns
# 20 September 2007 10:46 (UTC +04:00)
Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has left Stamford Bridge by mutual consent. The decision comes after the club held a crisis meeting to discuss the indifferent start to the new season. Mourinho, 44, joined Chelsea in June 2004 and led them to the Premiership title in each of his first two seasons. But his relationship with Blues owner Roman Abramovich grew increasingly troubled and he quit despite having three years left on his contract. A statement on the Chelsea website confirmed: "Chelsea Football Club and Jose Mourinho have agreed to part company today (Thursday) by mutual consent.
It is said that Jose Mourinho was aginst abramovich’s interference into the club affairs.
2 June, 2004 - Appointed manager
27 February, 2005 - Wins Carling Cup 3-2 v Liverpool
30 April, 2005 - Beat Bolton 2-0 to win Premiership title
4 May, 2005 - Signs new five-year contract
29 April, 2006 - Beat Man Utd 3-0 to win Premiership again
27 February, 2007 - Beat Arsenal 2-1 to win Carling Cup
19 May, 2007 - Win FA Cup by beating Man Utd 1-0 at Wembley
19 September, 2007 - Leaves Stamford Bridge
Former Chelsea player Didier Deschamps has emerged as one of the frontrunners to replace Mourinho, although Russia manager Guus Hiddink is also likely to be among the contenders.
1 2 3 4 5 İDMAN XƏBƏR