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Why Salah, Bruyne didn’t stay at Stamford Bridge by Ex-Chelsea coach Newton

Former Chelsea coach Eddie Newton insists the club lost Kevin de Bruyne and Mohamed Salah due to clashes with former manager Jose Mourinho.

De Bruyne, now one of the best playmakers in the world at Manchester City, and Salah, established as one of Liverpool’s greatest ever players, are two of the high-profile casualties from Chelsea’s huge loan scheme.

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“I think Salah and De Bruyne wasn’t about talent,” Newton told Goal.

“It was a personality clash [with Jose Mourinho]. I just didn’t think it was working at the time.”

“I think they were more than good enough,” Newton added, “but it was the manager who didn’t see eye-to-eye with them, so it wasn’t going to work.”

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