In the space of just a few months, Jose Mourinho went from being Chelsea’s greatest ever manager, guiding his team to another Premier League title win, to being unceremoniously dismissed after a humiliating season. Even in his greatest moments, Mourinho has been a charismatic yet incredibly divisive figure. However, the level of speculation surrounding relations in the Chelsea camp reached an all-time high this season, fascinating armchair observers and worrying devoted fans before his eventual sacking in December 2015. And yet, from stadium chants to intense online debate, Chelsea fans have made it clear that they still adore Mourinho, and he remains the most talked about personality in the game. Speculation is rife about which club he’ll go to next, and it’s unlikely he’ll be away from the top flight for long. This biography, written by Harry Harris, twice awarded British Sports Journalist of the Year, is a fully up-to-date account of Jose’s time at Chelsea and a tribute to the career of one of the modern game’s most extraordinary figures.
|Publisher:||John Blake Publishing, Limited|
|Product dimensions:||7.70(w) x 5.10(h) x 1.40(d)|
About the Author
Harry Harris is an award-winning journalist and the Group Chief Football Writer at the Express. He's the author of several previous soccer biographies, including All the Way Jose and Pele: His Life and Times.