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Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has clearly moved on from his time at Chelsea with this strange comment, the Daily Star reports.

In his time at the Blues, Mourinho won the Premier League three times during his two successful spells at the club.

As per the Daily Star, the 54-year-old insists that in the future, his moments at Chelsea will be forgotten in the future. Even with all the memories he had at the Champions.

Mourinho is quoted by the Daily Star saying:

“In four or five years, probably nobody will remember that I was Chelsea manager, and it becomes absolutely normal, just because I left a couple of years ago.”

Mourinho will return to Stamford Bridge in the away dug out for the fourth time.

Last season, his team was thrashed 4-0 in the Premier League and knocked out of the FA Cup in a 1-0 defeat. Chelsea were knocked out in the Champions League by Mourinho’s Inter side back in 2010 in the 1-0 loss at the Bridge.

It seems that no matter how badly he wants to focus on the present, Mourinho is still today Chelsea’s greatest ever manager.

But hopefully current boss Antonio Conte can prevail once again over our former manager.

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I totally disagree with you that Jose is our best Manager. Champions League trophy and premier league trophy, which is more valuable? He didn’t win UCL trophy for us, so he can’t be regarded as Chelsea best Manager.

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