Chelsea play Arsenal this weekend. But the fixture could be seen as Jose Mourinho versus Arsene Wenger, writes Rags Martel.Read the full story ›
Chelsea are making final preperations for their Capital one cup second leg against Liverpool at Stamford Bridge tonight.
The tie is evenly poised after it finished 1-1 at Anfield last week.
Mourinho's men will be out to forget their FA Cup defeat to Bradford at the weekend.
Jose Mourinho has signed for BT Sport ahead of the new Barclays Premier League season. The Chelsea boss has agreed a three-year deal that will see him carry out various roles, including making football programmes and appearing as a football expert, while also acting as a BT Sport ambassador.
He kicks off his partnership with BT Sport with a role in the new BT Sport TV advert which airs for the first time on July 12 at 8.50pm before the FIFA World Cup 3rd/4th place play-off between Brazil and Netherlands.
Mourinho said: “In their first year they have shown they are not afraid to challenge, are open to new ideas and want to do things differently. This is the kind of team and ambition that I want to work with.”
Speaking to Rags Martel, Jose Mourinho said if England went out in the group stage of the World Cup, it wouldn't be a big surprise.
Jose Mourinho was moved to tears as he met hungry children and HIV patients in Africa. ITV News travelled with the Chelsea manager as he visited the Ivory Coast as UN ambassador for the World Food Programme.
Jose Mourinho has told ITV News London that he wants to be England manager one day. Speaking to Rags Martel, the Chelsea manager said he "loves this country", and if one day the opportunity arrives, "then why not."
Jose Mourinho made the comment as he visited the Ivory Coast as UN ambassador for the World Food Programme.
Instead of going to the World Cup in Brazil, the Chelsea manager is to become an Ambassador Against Hunger for the UN World Food Programme.Read the full story ›
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been fined £10,000 for his comments following his side's defeat to Sunderland.
Mourinho appeared to sarcastically praise the officials after Sunderland won 2-1 at Stamford Bridge to end his 77-match unbeaten home league record.
He described referee Mike Dean's performance as "unbelievable", before moving on to referees' chief Mike Riley, saying "what they are doing during the whole season is fantastic, especially in matches involving the teams that were in the title race, it's absolutely fantastic".
The Football Association said Mourinho's comments amounted to disrepute and improper conduct.
It is the third time the Portuguese manager has been fined this season after incidents against Cardiff City and Aston Villa - which left him with a £8,000 fine.