Mourinho counts on Terry, Lampard and Cole as Chelsea legacy

New Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has changed the mode of thinking at Stamford Bridge already by claiming that his old players are the club’s legacy. After it looked as though players such as Ashley Cole, John Terry and Frank Lampard would by consigned to the history books last season, the Portuguese manager has now named his old heads as integral parts of his squad.

Sky Sports are reporting that Mourinho has also used Didier Drogba as a shining light of this policy, calling him a “good man” and “a very special player in the history of the club.”

The ex-Real Madrid manager also added that his old guard can pass down to the younger or newer players, such as Andre Schurrle, what it means to play for a club like Chelsea.

Upon returning to the club, Mourinho has also admitted that his main goal for this season is to make the Chelsea fans happy. However he also believes that the only way of keeping a football crowd happy is by winning matches and having a good mental attitude.

Mourinho previously led Chelsea between 2004 and 2007, winning the Premier League title twice before tasting Champions League success with Inter and moving to Madrid, where he won the La Liga title.

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