Ole Gunnar Sulskher started perfectly. Recall the other. head coach who was pleasantly surprised.
The specialist who worked before Chelsea only in the modest Milton Keynes Dons and West Bromwich Albion did not seem to be the most logical candidate for the position of Londoner’s manager, but Roman Abramovich had no choice — by that time he seemed to have already said goodbye with all the famous trainers in Europe. As a result, the Italian accepted (temporarily) the proposal in March 2012 after it turned out that Andre Villas-Boash would not be the “new Mourinho”. Continue reading