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The 'Special 1' as you've never seen him before
by Samuel Charles, June 18th, 2013 12:53AM
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[VIDEO PICK: Special 1] Jose Mourinho opens up for a heartfelt chat where the coach talks about his return to Stamford Bridge, his illicit affairs with Inter Milan and Real Madrid, and his love for Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich's checkbook.

In three full seasons in West London the self-proclaimed “Special One” led the Blues to one FA Cup title and two English Premier League crowns, the club’s second and third EPL titles, and first in 50 years.

Mourinho returns to England after winning the treble in Italy, a La Liga title in Spain, and appears a bit less animated, more romantic, and a tad more humble after his mishaps in Madrid.

But it’s up to the viewers to decide if he’s finally ready to settle down …



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  1. Aresenal Fan
    commented on: June 18, 2013 at 11:18 a.m.
    ha, well said mourinho, welcome back to premier league. although, I will hate you know. Arsene did not miss you.

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