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Winning managers style slated by teams who don’t win anything anymore.

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A weird craze has hit the football world, where the fans of teams who have won absolutely nothing for quite some time, are telling fans of recently successful teams they aren’t doing it right.

The brunt of this stick has been aimed towards Jose Mourinho. Jose has an impeccable record as a manager. In 17 seasons of club management, Mourinho has led his club to win its domestic league eight times, the UEFA Champions League twice and the UEFA Cup/Europa League twice. Between 2003 and 2012, Mourinho did not go a single calendar year without winning at

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least one trophy.

He won the Champions League with Portuguese underdogs FC Porto, back to back EPL titles with Chelsea, and a very

impressive treble with Inter Milan. And he currently sits 2nd in the EPL with Manchester United, who we lead to Europa League glory last season.

But this isn’t enough for some people. Supporters of some clubs are very dismissive of his achievements.

Liverpool fans are forever saying how he ‘parks the bus’ and plays defensive ant-football. Refusing to ask themselves how they recently managed to concede 2 goals to a team who allegedly don’t attack.

Liverpool have an awe inspiring front line, they are almost free scoring but haven’t won a trophy since 2012, when they won the league cup. You might ask how they think they can comment on how Jose Mourinho teams set up, when they no longer win half as much. Well the answer is simple. They are deluded, bitter Scousers who think being good in the 80’s means something now.

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