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The world’s worst kept secret was finally exposed in a more legitimate way when the English Premier League website published a premature story, which was dated for June 3rd. In what has looked like a done deal for weeks now, Jose seems to be headed to Chelsea on June 3rd. The story’s title read “Jose Mourinho makes Chelsea return’ and was followed by this text:
Jose Mourinho has returned to Stamford Bridge after agreeing to take over as Chelsea manager for the second time.
The 50-year-old Portuguese, who guided Chelsea to back-to-back Barclays Premier League titles in his first two seasons in charge, returns to the west London club after an absence of almost six-years.
Someone jumped the guna little early on this one!
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The Premier League has apologized to Chelsea after publishing an article on their website confirming Jose Mourinho as their new boss.
The article, headlined 'Jose Mourinho makes Chelsea return', was published with Monday's date on it and has since been removed from the premierleague.com website. A spokesman for the Premier League confirmed the article had been published...
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