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Chelsea Things: Hazard Misses, Mourinho on ‘drugs’, Loftus-Cheek’s ‘immaculate’ yellow card

by | 17th, September 2015

Chelsea Things: Chelsea beat the mighty Maccabi Tel Aviv 4-0 at Stamford Bridge last night, causing the journalisomobile to crank up it’s Things We Learnt SEO-driven device.

The Sun.

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The paper says Eden Hazard should have scored a penalty and:

A change of haircut for Jose Mourinho has brought about a much-needed change of luck for the Portuguese man of war. 

It’s all about the hair. Who knew?

And Mourinho likes winning who knew that?

He’s been far too mean and moody of late but maybe he’s about to become all magnificent again.

 

The Daily Mail .

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Jose Mourinho’s in a bad mood – OK, it doesn’t take a rocket scientist to work that one out. 

Sami Mokbel also ‘learned’ that Diego Costa scored:

Maybe his goal will spark him into life. Mourinho and Chelsea will hope so.

You think?

He also learned something about Reuben Loftus-Cheek:

…he was fortunate not to be punished for sloppily giving the ball away in his own half, referee Felix Zwayer blowing for an earlier foul. Likewise, he was on tenterhooks for pretty much the entire game after picking up a second-minute booking.

 

The Evening Standard

It learned that Mourinho looked like a man with more enthusiasm than ever” . The London paper also learned that the aforesaid fortunate ” Loftus-Cheek who was booked very early on played immaculately “.

 

The Independent

The Indy employs Jack Pitt-Brooke to tell readers that “Loftus-Cheek played immaculately“.

He also tells us that Mourinho needs the drug of competition:

 

Indy

 

That’s a lot like the ‘Five Things We Learned’ balls

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