Chelsea’s Diego Costa recently called Mourinho “the best manager in the world.”
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The truth about the new Chelsea will start to emerge over the next few weeks. But even if the names change, the spirit of Jose Mourinho remains at the heart of everything he preaches. In Austria last night, Mourinho gave a first Blues start to left-back Filipe Luis, welcomed back Petr Cech and Marco van Ginkel from injury, handed French youngster Kurt Zouma another opportunity and gave chances to youngsters Lewis Baker, Izzy Brown, Patrick Bamford and Jeremie Boga. Trailing to Silvio de Oliveiro's close-range strike – deemed to have crossed the line before Cech deflected it up and away off the bar – and fortunate that the Czech keeper kept out efforts from the Brazilian and Manuel Kehre – Mourinho acted.Mourinho, though, had no compunction about admitting he wants his side to retain that winning mentality, even in July.Mourinho, though, was adamant: whatever happens, he expects both to stay in West London.
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