Jose Mourinho seems incapable of letting his feud with Arsene Wenger die, and has taken a ‘subtle’ swipe at the Frenchman yet again after Chelsea drew with Dynamo Kiev.
The Blues boss intentionally used the exact words that Wenger used to describe Mike Dean following Chelsea’s controversial 2-0 win over us earlier this season, attempting to back up his crazy theory that referees are conspiring against him.
Mourinho described referee Damir Skomina as “weak and naive”, very clearly sending a message to Wenger and the FA.
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Mourinho acts like the world is against him, and blames everyone else for his problems. He recently hit out at the FA sarcastically, suggesting that calling the referee ‘weak and naive’ was fine but the word ‘afraid’ is unacceptable.
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“One, we can push people in the technical area,” he said (via The Telegraph).
“We can, no problem. So anything in the technical area, we can push. The word ‘afraid’ is a punishment and a hard punishment. But to say the referee was ‘weak and naive’, referring to one of the top referees in this country and in Europe, we can do.”
He’s now continuing to make everything about him, and by using the same words Wenger did as he lashes out at the referee, he is daring officials to punish him.
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He seems to be getting worse and worse, and it seems only a matter of time before he gets the boot from Chelsea. The Portuguese manager seems determined to hog the spotlight no matter what else is happening in football, and people are starting to get tired of him.