Mirza Ahmad

Mirza Ahmad

A student of A Levels who loves to watch football and has ambitions to become a true politician.

Mourinho: The man bringing Chelsea back

Nestled between the abandoned cotton mills and rows of tightly packed terraces, in this small pocket of East Lancashire, Chelsea taught Burnley a harsh lesson in what to expect on their return to the Premier League.  “We give the players a lot of education. I’m not a nightclub bouncer, I just look like one,” said Sean Dyche before the game. But none of his teachings can match the manner of Chelsea’s 3-1 victory for thoroughness. It started so well for Burnley, when Scott Arfield rifled them into the lead in the 14th minute. As his teammates stepped out from a corner, John Terry was caught daydreaming, allowing Matt Taylor to ...

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