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What Ferguson said about Jose Mourinho when Abrahamovich was about to sack him

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What Ferguson said about Jose Mourinho when Abrahamovich was about to sack him

Ex United boss, Sir Alex Ferguson sent a message to Chelsea owner, Roman Abramovich when he was about to dismiss Mourinho at Stamford Bridge 3 years ago.

The Portuguese was approaching the end of his second spell as manager of the London club and the good times were quickly coming to an end.

Chelsea were not grinding out the best results and, finally, the unforgiving Abramovich took his action and relieved the Portuguese of his duties.

But before he axed Mourinho, former Manchester United legendary boss, Alex Ferguson sent a message to the Russian and warned him that he would be making a grave mistake to let Mourinho go.

Abramovich has to trust and have confidence that Jose can turn it around, it does not make sense to fire one of the best coaches of all time, Ferguson said in 2015.

Mourinho has won the European Cup twice, won the league in each country in which he has coached in, has won the big trophies.

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It would be foolish for him to take that step to dismiss him. That would be bad management; It is not leadership, that.

And now, Mourinho is on the verge of losing his job at Manchester United after a dismal start to the season and series of reported disagreements with players.

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Talented youngster To Remain At Chelsea This Summer

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Talented youngster To Remain At Chelsea This Summer

Uplifting news?

Callum Hudson-Odoi’s future remains covered in secret, and things don’t seem to change at any point in the near future past the steady will he/won’t he detailing.

While numerous reports paint a positive picture as far as Hudson-Odoi remaining as long as possible, most reports from Germany have reliably adhered to their story that Bayern Munich will in the long run get their man.

One late special case is the Munich-based regional paper Die Abendzeitung, who broadcasted that Callum will remain in London.

The report is persuaded that Bayern’s odds of procuring Hudson-Odoi are non-existent for now.

They seem to put together this conviction with respect to vague English sources/revealing, however as in the past, the main way anybody will be certain beyond a shadow of a doubt is if Callum signs his new contract.

Bayern’s executive of football, Hasan Salihamidžić, has determinedly expressed that they remain interested, and this current end of the week’s report of a potential £45m offer underlines this.

Bayern obviously are also taking a look at different choices, including Dynamo Zagreb’s Dani Olmo, after the Leroy Sane thought failed to work out.

If they do purchase another winger, at that point Hudson-Odoi would arguably confront more challenge than as of now at Chelsea, particularly as Willian and Pedro are both the off-base side of 30 and may leave the following summer. The principle contention with respect to why the 18-year-old should leave for greener fields would in this manner be void.

Fortunately, Frank Lampard’s ongoing statements on the player’s future and Callum’s prodding via social-media do appear to be marginally promising from a Chelsea point of view; in any case, the two gatherings need to at long last walk the walk. With the long term contracts for Loftus-Cheek and Mount deal, this actually needs to not delay considerably longer than it as of now has.

Complete it, Chelsea and Callum!

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Chelsea could get contract boost from youngster

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Chelsea could allegedly see Callum Hudson-Odoi pen another long term contract with the club to put an end to uncertainty over his future.

The 18-year-old has risen as one of the top gifts at Stamford Bridge, scoring five goals and giving five assists in 24 appearances for the senior side last season while also making his debut for England.

Combined with Eden Hazard leaving and Chelsea’s transfer ban this summer, the exact opposite thing that new boss Frank Lampard needs to see is top young talented players leaving the club in the more prompt future.

The Blues face that danger with Hudson-Odoi given he has only a year remain on his present contract, while Sky Sports note that Bayern Munich have been intensely connected with him.

In any case, there could now be a positive curve in the story, as it’s asserted by BBC Sport that Hudson-Odoi is basically floated by the return of Lampard and what he needed to state about him, and that could thus help persuade him to pen new terms at Chelsea.

It’s added that a five-year contract worth over £100,000 weekly will be possibly put forward by the club, and so the reality of the situation will become obvious eventually whether that suits Hudson-Odoi and his requests to make the way for another long term duty to the Premier League giants.

With Hazard out of the picture, combined with Lampard’s amazing work with the youths at Derby County last season, it seems like Chelsea will allow their talented young stars to impress next season.

There was uplifting news a week ago as Ruben Loftus-Cheek signed another deal of his own, according to the club’s site, and so that would recommend in itself that Lampard will look to the players that have gotten through the positions at Chelsea and give them a key role next season.

The reality of the situation will become obvious eventually if Hudson-Odoi follows, however dependent on the report above, it absolutely sounds all the more encouraging for Chelsea fans hoping that he stays now than it did before Lampard’s appointment.

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Deal imminent: Chelsea star to agree new deal after Frank Lampard talks

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Deal imminent: Chelsea star to agree new deal after Frank Lampard talks

Lampard’s impact at Chelsea is apparently previously being felt as it’s asserted Callum Hudson-Odoi could pen another deal after talks with the new manager.

The 18-year-old will spend his summer recouping from Achilles injury he endured at the back end of last season, realizing that his present contract expires next summer.

In the midst of continuous hypothesis over his future with Sky Sports noticing that Bayern Munich have been vigorously connected with attempting to prise him far from Stamford Bridge, it seemingly looked hopeless for Chelsea and Hudson-Odoi to extend their time together as of late as a week ago.

In any case, Goal.com now report that following talks with Lampard, who was formally selected as Maurizio Sarri’s successor on Thursday, Hudson-Odoi could now pen another long term contract with Chelsea to put all the rumours leave behind him.

It’s added that having gotten confirmations over his playing time next season under Lampard, the talented winger could now put pen to paper on a deal worth around £100,000 weekly, with a reputed five-year deal being on the table already.

The England international stowed five goals and five assists in 24 appearances for the senior side last season, while he also made his debut for Gareth Southgate at senior level for the Three Lions as well.

Considering that, any reasonable person would agree that Hudson-Odoi has a brilliant future ahead him, and following on from his work with the likes of Mason Mount and Fikayo Tomori at Derby County last season, it would seem like Lampard is prepared to allow his young players to shine at Chelsea next season.

The reality of the situation will become obvious eventually if that is an effective system as results will at last direct whether they remain in his plans, at the end of the day given the ability and potential that Hudson-Odoi has, it’s unquestionably a positive thing for the Blues if he plans on staying and sign another deal.

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