So my Favourite Coach Jose Mourinho got sacked yesterday from Chelsea Football Club. I had been enthusiastically following his work from his time at Inter Milan, Real Madrid and Chelsea again. No doubt he was a good football manager but calling Arsenal manager a specialist in failure a few years back did not go down very well with me but still my liking for him continued but I think on a cautious note lest he utters more derisory remarks regarding his other compatriots in football.
The law of Karma, the ancient concept in Hinduism seems to have caught up with Jose. What goes around comes around. He offloaded several players who I think played faithfully and strenuously for Chelsea with a confident hope that they will end their football career at Chelsea. To me Frank Lambart, Petr Cech, Drogba stand out among this category. He also removed some players who came with great hope of making it big at Chelsea but this was not to be so; good players like Demba Ba, Lukaku, Bruyne, Eto, etc. Then there is the case of the team's medical doctor - Eva Carneiro. In my eyes Jose was very undiplomatic with her and cruel, showing his displeasure in front of all those thousands of spectators. They, I mean all those players and Eva Carneiro herself, should have felt the agony of leaving their beloved Chelsea Football Club. I am sure Jose Mourinho would have also had some notion of staying in Chelsea for a very long time due to the fantastic fans support for him. But poor Jose, this was not to be so then. Now he should be feeling some of the pain that the others felt. I really feel some sympathy for him.
At any rate, Jose still remains my favourite coach. What he says to the media is very poetic and quite realistic in life as a whole. Let me see where he goes from here. He had called himself ‘the special one’, and when he won a game ‘the happy one’. Ironically, yesterday the media called him 'the sacked one'!