Premier League — 05 June 2013

Jose Mourinho will return to Chelsea on MondayJose Mourinho has now officially been appointed as Chelsea boss.

The ‘Special One’ has signed a four-year-contract at Stamford Bridge and will be unveiled as Blues boss next Monday at a press conference.


Jose Mourinho’s brief at Chelsea will be to win the Premier League title. Blues owner Roman Abramovich is a tough taskmaster and will not accept failure.

Previous managers have paid the price for not claiming the Premier League crown.


Last season interim boss Rafa Benitez was relatively successful as he guided the Blues to third place in the Premier League and Europa League victory. The Spaniard was always only keeping the Chelsea managers’ seat warm for somebody else.

The former-Liverpool boss did a good job at Stamford Bridge and helped the team develop into a very good team unit.


The current Chelsea squad has so much potential within it, with the right manager in charge of course. The likes of Cesar Azpilicueta, Eden Hazard and Oscar have all had very good debut seasons and will only have benefitted from their season in the English top flight.


When Jose Mourinho returns to his position at Stamford Bridge he will be spoilt for choice in certain positions. One position Chelsea have numerous options in is the attacking midfield roles. Described as the three amigos Eden Hazard, Oscar and Juan Mata are some of most exciting talents in the English top flight.

Chelsea also has the likes of Kevin de Bruyne, Victor Moses and Marko Marin in reserve. Mourinho may choose to move on the likes of De Bruyne and Marin this summer.


Jose Mourinho will be given major funds to spend this summer in an attempt to challenge for the Premier League title. With a couple of signings, Chelsea could really be realistic challengers to the two Manchester clubs in the race for the title.

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David Nugent

David is a 29 year-old football fan and journalist, who is passionate about the beautiful game. He is a lifelong supporter of Premier League Everton and likes nothing better than a healthy discussion about the world's favourite sport.

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