Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri during the press conference Action Images via Reuters/Matthew Childs
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Jose Mourinho insists he will be on his best behavior on his return to Stamford Bridge, but hopes his Manchester United side inflict Chelsea's first defeat of the season Saturday. The Portuguese won three Premier League titles in two successful spells in charge of Chelsea, but has lost all three of his previous visits to Stamford Bridge as United manager without even scoring a goal.Even though Mourinho was never in danger of being suspended for the visit to his old club, United requested an extension for his official response and the FA have duly allowed him until Wednesday to do so.When asked whether he felt he was being victimized by the governing body, Mourinho insinuated that he is more harshly treated than other managers.Eden Hazard can still become the best footballer in the world even if he stays at Chelsea, manager Maurizio Sarri said Friday.
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