Chelsea's coach Jose Mourinho looks before their friendly soccer match against Vitesse Arnhem in Arnhem July 30, 2014. REUTERS/Toussaint Kluiters/United Photos
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That was the system Mourinho opted for in the Gelredome, although with only six of the likely first-choice lineup.Then again, given that the men likely to miss out from last night's team are Petr Cech, one of Branislav Ivanovic or Cesar Azpilicueta, Marco van Ginkel, Mohamed Salah and Fernando Torres, it gives you a sense of the quality at Mourinho's disposal. Mourinho needed a "nasty piece of work".After all, they scored only four more collectively than Romelu Lukaku did on his own for Everton. And, as we know, Mourinho doesn't fancy Lukaku. But Costa appears to be all that Mourinho has built him up to be. This incarnation of Mourinho's Chelsea will not let games drift by, you suspect.Nevertheless, with the last remaining squad members due to join up Monday – Courtois will make his bow at Werder Bremen Saturday, Mourinho is in buoyant mood.He added: "Diego and Fabregas will be two important players for us, filing two crucial positions in center of midfield and striker.
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