‘By no means the Particular One for me’ – Chelsea legend Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink blasts Jose Mourinho after temporary spell collectively

CHELSEA legend Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink has slammed his former supervisor Jose Mourinho.

The pair labored collectively for a short spell at Chelsea in 2004 when the Portuguese boss first took over the membership.

Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink won two Premier League golden boots in his career


Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink gained two Premier League golden boots in his professionCredit score: Motion Photographs – Reuters
Jose Mourinho allowed Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to leave


Jose Mourinho allowed Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink to go awayCredit score: AP:Related Press

He allowed Hasselbaink to hitch Middlesbrough on a free switch regardless of an awesome stint on the West London aspect.

The Dutch striker joined for then membership report £15million however Mourinho changed him with Didier Drogba.

Hasselbaink instructed Kammy and Ben’s Correct Soccer podcast about leaving the membership: “I used to be completely gutted. Extra gutted as a result of Mourinho by no means spoke to me. 

“I wager you that Mourinho had been instructed that I used to be a troublesome lad, arduous to work with and all that form of stuff – which was not the case in any respect.

“They obtained Drogba – what a signing – however certainly I may have featured alongside him. I’ve spoken to Mourinho, he mentioned, ‘sure, I made a mistake there.’

“I do not care what he mentioned. He ought to have stored me and I’d have had a medal.

“He is a superb coach, completely magnificent what he is completed in soccer, however he was by no means the particular one for me.”

The present Roma gaffer dubbed himself the ‘Particular One’ on his arrival to the Premier League.


He went on to win two Premier League titles, two League Cups, the FA Cup and a Neighborhood Protect within the following three seasons.

Mourinho then left Chelsea to have profitable spells at Inter Milan and Actual Madrid earlier than returning to Stamford Bridge.

As for Hasselbaink, his 87 targets for the Blues couldn’t be topped at Boro the place he netted 33 instances.

The 50-year-old is at the moment managing Burton Albion and is below stress from followers with some wanting him sacked after a poor begin to the League One season.

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