Here it is 8 players feel dissatisfied under the leadership of Jose Mourinho.
In January 2014, Chelsea spent 11 million pounds to buy Salah from FC Basel. The Egyptian star is considered to have great potential but he was not given the opportunity at Stamford Bridge. The player born in 1996 only made 19 appearances, before being loaned and eventually sold to Roma in the summer of 2016.
Letting Salah leave was probably the biggest mistake of Mourinho’s career. He played explosively for Roma and was brought back to England by Liverpool in the summer of 2017 for a sum of £44 million. Salah is an irreplaceable factor in the Kop attack, helping the team win the Champions League and Premier League respectively.
The relationship between Jose Mourinho and Luke Shaw had a rift during the time they both worked at Old Trafford. According to Shaw, he was publicly criticized and treated unfairly by coach Mourinho.
After the 1-1 draw against Everton at the end of the 2016/2017 season, Mourinho harshly criticized the English international’s performance: “I believe Shaw has great potential but his thinking and professionalism must go with that. Shaw must quickly mature. He will have a future but Man Utd cannot wait long.”
Kevin De Bruyne
Present. The Belgian team star is one of the best midfielders in the world. However, many people still wonder why Mourinho did not notice De Bruyne’s talent when he was Chelsea’s coach.
De Bruyne said. “I just felt that Chelsea really didn’t want to use me. I told Mourinho that it was better for the club to sell me. That decision was the best for me at that time because I had almost no chance to play. I need to go somewhere else to rebuild my career.”
The former Tottenham midfielder played very well under coach Mauricio Pochettino, but when Mourinho took over the team, he had difficulty using this winger.
The “special one” was angry and criticized Alli for being lazy because he lost the ball leading to a goal in an English League Cup match. Mourinho shared after the match: “For me, a player playing in that position must be a player who connects with teammates, is creative and does not create problems for the home team. Stoke scored in that counterattack and I can’t help but be angry.”
Not only Mourinho, but many other coaches also admitted to having difficulty working with Pogba. The Portuguese coach and Pobga had a conflict in 2017, when the Man United coach at that time publicly expressed his displeasure about the French international traveling to Miami while he was in training. injury recovery.
The move from Arsenal to Manchester United was nothing but a disaster for Sanchez as he lost himself since moving to Old Trafford under the management of Mourinho.
Alexis Sanchez played disappointingly when he only scored 5 goals in 45 appearances for the Red Devils and then the club pushed the midfielder to Inter Milan in the summer of 2019 on a loan contract and eventually he was sold permanently to Inter Milan. Inter Milan a year later.
The 2004 Golden Ball was highly anticipated by Chelsea fans when owner Roman Abramovich agreed to spend up to 30.9 million pounds to bring him back from Milan, but during his time at Stamford Bridge, Shevchenko was just a own shadow.
The Ukrainian player’s disappointing performance is the main reason why the relationship between owner Roman Abramovich and coach Mourinho, which was already broken before, reached an irreparable stage.
The Portuguese winger was Mourinho’s first and most expensive contract in his first transfer window as coach of Inter Milan for 24.6 million euros from Porto. But the relationship between the two soon broke down when Mourinho publicly criticized his compatriot’s colorful and ineffective playing style.
Two months later, “The Special One” let Quaresma go to Chelsea on loan. Afterwards, Quaresma shared: “At Inter, I didn’t feel confident. I didn’t play well and wasn’t happy. But coming to Chelsea, I felt my confidence had returned. Playing here brings joy.” , something I didn’t have when I played for Inter.”
Tuan Tu | 15:07 November 1, 2023