Are billy and chelsea still dating

03-Jul-2016 09:52

It's fair to say Mc Culloch's brand of humour doesn't always work. Some players didn't get the jokes and thought it was becoming a little too cliquey, a Chelsea love-in.One suspects that some of the foreign players, who can't understand his 100mph English, delivered in a Cockney accent, are bemused more than anything else. When Mc Claren quit after the Euro 2008 debacle and was replaced by Fabio Capello, Mc Culloch was deemed decidedly surplus to requirements.

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A horse that next season can race.”Having just seen his “little horse” defeat the biggest horse of all, Mourinho’s words may be taken with a pinch of salt as his Chelsea side continue to strengthen their title credentials as we approach the business end of the season.Mourinho was quizzed after the match on the result and he insisted that the success lie not with him, but with Mc Culloch following a Scot-inspired pre-match team talk that left ‘The Special One’ rather confused.“I didn’t speak before the game,” Mourinho said in his post-match press conference after the victory that lifted them level with the Citizens on 53 points.“It was Billy the masseur who spoke to the team. The last time I spoke to the players was midday.”The fact that Mc Culloch hails from Swindon, not north of the border, was lost on Mourinho has he struggled to comprehend what the masseur was implying.He was screaming so much in Scottish – grrr, grrr, grrr – that I didn’t understand him. But his support of the side is unquestioned, with Mc Culloch holding a reputation of being one of the biggest supporters of the squad behind the scenes.Indeed, as he explained Mc Culloch's pre-game role at The Etithad, Mourinho himself admitted: "He was screaming so much in Scottish I didn't understand it. After all, the Italian believed in a rather more austere regime. But Billy Mc Culloch is one of the few Chelsea personalities who has outlived all the managerial changes of the Roman Abramovich era.

A horse that next season can race.”Having just seen his “little horse” defeat the biggest horse of all, Mourinho’s words may be taken with a pinch of salt as his Chelsea side continue to strengthen their title credentials as we approach the business end of the season.

Mourinho was quizzed after the match on the result and he insisted that the success lie not with him, but with Mc Culloch following a Scot-inspired pre-match team talk that left ‘The Special One’ rather confused.“I didn’t speak before the game,” Mourinho said in his post-match press conference after the victory that lifted them level with the Citizens on 53 points.“It was Billy the masseur who spoke to the team. The last time I spoke to the players was midday.”The fact that Mc Culloch hails from Swindon, not north of the border, was lost on Mourinho has he struggled to comprehend what the masseur was implying.

He was screaming so much in Scottish – grrr, grrr, grrr – that I didn’t understand him. But his support of the side is unquestioned, with Mc Culloch holding a reputation of being one of the biggest supporters of the squad behind the scenes.

Indeed, as he explained Mc Culloch's pre-game role at The Etithad, Mourinho himself admitted: "He was screaming so much in Scottish I didn't understand it. After all, the Italian believed in a rather more austere regime.

But Billy Mc Culloch is one of the few Chelsea personalities who has outlived all the managerial changes of the Roman Abramovich era.

Terry has previously described Mc Culloch - "Bill Blood" as he is sometimes called - as "the funniest man in the world". It was fantastic." When Steve Mc Claren was England boss he was persuaded by Terry and the Chelsea contingent to bring Mc Culloch onto the Three Lions staff for the same reason.