Mourinho claims introducing 'coaching breaks' in PL will make football more interesting
Chelsea football team manager Jose Mourinho has claimed that coaching breaks should be introduced into the Premier League to make football more entertaining.
Mourinho says a change in the rules would make football more entertaining and allow managers to change their tactics once during each half.
Mourinho's bizarre idea came after he admitted that he was left frustrated by their first-half display against Leicester City and admitted that he could not wait to change things at halftime, The Mirror reported.
But Mourinho said that it would help make games more entertaining for fans and would not be that different to the water break rules, which were used during the World Cup in Brazil.
The Portuguese manager said that football is very slow to change the rules, adding that they had to wait for many years for goal line technology and the third substitution.
He is hoping to be still in football when the coach is given the chance to stop the game during the first half once and during the second half to make the game much better.
Mourinho said that imagine against Leicester, he would have stopped the game in the tenth minute and it would have been interesting.
Mourinho said that Netherlands boss Louis Van Gaal in the World Cup, the ref stopped the game for the water break, and he changed the system of his team and managed to win the game.
So, the Chelsea boss said that maybe he would one day have the chance to stop the game in the first half and once in the second half.
(Posted on 26-08-2014)