Terry and Mikel reveal how they killed Salah and De Bruyne at Chelsea: “Mou made him cry”

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Terry and Mikel reveal how they killed Salah and De Bruyne at Chelsea: “Mou made him cry”

Kevin de Bruyne and Mohamed Salah They are two of the best players in the world for many seasons now. Both became leaders of the conflict between City of Manchester and Liverpool for the Premier League.

However, and as is well known, both coincide in time and place many years ago. They wore the shirt of Chelsea when they were taking their first steps in professional football but something strange happened. Under the command of Jose Mourinho Not only did they fail to explode, but they barely participated.

Now, some time later, John Terry and John Obi Mikelwho at that moment was in the locker room of Chelsea, revealed to One Podcast what really happened. Starting from DeBruyne, the Nigerian midfielder explained that at that time his dedication was not the same. “I guess I wasn’t the best in training then. He was someone who came and, maybe because he didn’t play much, he was always down, angry and in a bad mood. He is like a child who goes to the playground and no one wants to play with him,” explained Obi Mikel.

Everything exploded one day with Samuel Eto’o. ““I remember when Samu attacked him and they had a big fight on the training ground just because De Bruyne wasn’t giving the effort that Eto’o wanted.”

In case wrong it is different. The Egyptian he had trouble with was Jose Mourinho, that after so much pressure he even cried. “We were very lucky that Mourinho didn’t count. If you don’t do your job, it doesn’t matter who you are, he will attack you. Once he did this to Salah and started crying. We thought he would be fine and let him get back on the field, but then he broke the guy and replaced him. That was his only thought. I don’t think Mourinho would do that now,” said Obi Mikel.

Source: La Verdad

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