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ENGLAND/ CHELSEA, Cech: "Mourinho back? Why not!"

04.03.2013 19.34 by TM W  read 1123
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Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech has welcomed the idea of Jose Mourinho returning to the club as manager when Rafa Benitez's spell as interim boss comes to an end.

"We had fantastic success with him, so why not? He is a fantastic manager," Cech said in the Daily Star when asked about the prospect of 'The Special One' returning to the club.


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