John Terry wants to be the coach and Jose Mourinho to be one of his greatest references. In an interview with the British daily The Times, the current Aston Villa coach and former Chelsea captain, champion with the Portuguese in 2005, 2006 and 2015, pointed out details that, in his opinion, help to understand what a pragmatic philosophy is. Special one.
“He always used to tell me and Kahil [o outro central dos blues] That when there were five minutes to the end of the match that we won, after a cross to our area, we must head the ball and then stay on the ground. He explained, “If they are both on the ground, they cannot leave the field.” We didn’t know that rule! “, He said.
“There was a time when this happened. We asked Gary, we both went to the ball, and we fell [Cahill] As it was, he told me he was fine and I answered him to stay on the floor. The referee came and told us, “Go, you have to leave the field.” The judge begins to think and answers, “It’s right, they’re right.” This is to explain how knowledgeable Mourinho is. It was a way to waste time, something that could make us win or lose a match, ”said the former England international, who is now 40 years old.
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