Sport Jose Mourinho slaughtered as 'brutal' Chelsea man management tricks laid bare

14:45  24 october  2020
14:45  24 october  2020 Source:   msn.com

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JOSE MOURINHO has been branded ‘ brutal ’ by Andre Schurrle - with the former Chelsea star claiming the Special One drove him to the brink of quitting Retired Germany international Schurrle attacked Mourinho 's management and blames his time with the Blues for losing his self-confidence.

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André Schürrle has called his former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho a "brutal guy" in a frank interview.

Schürrle retired from football this summer at the age of 29 following the termination of his contract with Borussia Dortmund, and the German has been recalling the difficult times he endured at Stamford Bridge.

Speaking to German television host Joko Winterscheidt, the 2014 World Cup winner talked about the damage done to his ego by Mourinho, who is now in charge at Tottenham Hotspur.

a group of young men playing a game of football © Darren Walsh/Chelsea FC via Getty Images

He said: "Jose Mourinho is a brutal guy. I always wondered to myself, just what was he doing?

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“How could he treat me the way he did, and just what did he do to people? In hindsight I realise what he wanted to do, and how he worked to achieve it.

“At the time I couldn’t come to terms with what he wanted from me, with his harshness and the psychological pressure he created.

“It was extremely difficult for me at times. I often drove home after having a conversation with him thinking I couldn’t take it anymore.

"What could I do? He exerted extreme pressure on me. I felt he wanted to push me on.

“But, all the same, he put some thoughts into my mind that were hard to deal with.

“Before I even joined Chelsea I played in Michael Ballack’s farewell game (in June 2013), and Mourinho was coaching my team.

“He told me I had better score twice, or else he would loan me out to Southampton. I didn’t know whether he was joking or not.

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“I would often start games for Chelsea and he’d sub me off at half-time. The next game I wouldn’t even be in the squad, but instead be sat in the stand.

“At the time I couldn’t understand why, and I lost my sense of self-worth. It damaged my ego.

Andre Schurrle, Jose Mourinho are posing for a picture © Richard Heathcote/Getty Images

“Then I started to wonder what Mourinho was thinking about me in training. I thought I was the only player he was keeping an eye on, but that probably wasn’t the case.

“But at times it felt like there was someone watching me and thinking, ‘You’re s***.’”

Schürrle made 65 appearances for Chelsea before joining Wolfsburg in 2015. Upon announcing his retirement in July, he told Der Spiegel : "The decision has matured in me for a long time. I don’t need any more applause.

"You always have to play a certain role in order to survive in the business, otherwise you will lose your job and you’ll not get a new one either."

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