Jose Mourinho is seen as arguably the best manager in the world right now and this summer he made headlines once again as he left Madrid for London.
When he first arrived back at Stamford Bridge, he told the press that the squad Rafa Benitez had left him was more than good enough to work and win with.
This was soon added to with the talents of young Andre Schurrle and Brazilian ace Willian, as well as signing the likes of youth players Marco van Ginkel and Christian Atsu.
Results wise, Mourinho hasn't always had the ones he wants, but wins away at Arsenal in the Capital One Cup and previously winning away at Schalke in the Champions League could mean that he has hopes of winning some silverware outside of the Premier League.
Losses have already come at the hands of Newcastle, most recently, and earlier against Everton meaning that Jose might been relying on his home form in this campaign.
Chelsea have, arguably, the strongest squad in the league this season, with one of the best midfields in all of Europe.
Recalling to the squad of John Terry in defence has added some solidarity to the team but there have been many questions raised over Mourinho's choice to constantly leave Spanish playmaker Juan Mata out of the starting eleven.
Mata, who equaled his greatest scoring and assisting statistics for a season, played a massively important role in Chelsea's season last term and producing displays worthy enough to break in to Spain's stellar first team.
Mourinho needs to find a system and side that works smoothly to get the best possible results for such an important season in Chelsea's history. The return of 'The Special One' could be the best and most pivotal signing that The Blues made this summer.
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