Jose Mourinho seems to want to leave Real Madrid at the end of the season, and most believe that he'd like to return to Chelsea. Mou's never been one to stay out of the spotlight though, and seemed to be trying to make himself easier to sack with his comments earlier today.
So what type of comments could he make that would do that? How about starting by making himself less popular with Real fans by criticizing a club legend:
Another shocking Mourinho attack on Casillas: "With me Diego Lopez will always be ahead of Casillas. He's better"— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) May 7, 2013
That should do nicely, shouldn't it? Next up, why don't we make sure that everyone understands that he's not going to put up a big fuss about money if he's sacked:
Mourinho on the money Real Madrid should pay him if he will be sacked: "I don't want any € more if I will be sacked". London calling— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) May 7, 2013
So a large settlement doesn't seem to be an issue here either. How does Mou feel about the situation with Real?
Mourinho on his situation:"I feel good.Not my fault if world is becoming more hypocritical,football is the consequence of the world"— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) May 7, 2013
And how about finishing by taking a shot at Barcelona?
Mourinho on Iniesta defending Casillas:"He can say what he wants,but with what Barça did in semis maybe should worry more about his team"— Tancredi Palmeri (@tancredipalmeri) May 7, 2013
Iniesta quote aside (that one is just fun), Mourinho seems to be doing everything he can in public to alienate himself to the entire Real Madrid fanbase (as well as most of Spain). That wouldn't seem to be a very good idea if he had any intention of working in Spain again next season, and should just help to get fans at Stamford Bridge singing for his return. As a Chelsea fan, I approve.