Jose Mourinho has proven once again that he is one of the most despicable men in football – arguably even more so than Charlie Adam (via The Guardian) – with the Blues boss taking yet another swipe at Arsene Wenger, as reported by The Telegraph.
We will be facing Chelsea in the Community Shield this Sunday, and Mourinho is clearly up to his usual tricks – playing his ridiculous mind games ahead of the clash.
He has lashed out at Wenger totally unprovoked, and demonstrated for the umpteenth time just the kind of person he is, with Mourinho criticising the Frenchman’s record.
“I think I would ask myself why. I would to try to answer, but not because of a mental block but because I would want to try to find solutions to help my team to do it,” Mourinho replied, when asked what he would do if he had Wenger’s record (via The Telegraph).
“I would try to find a different way, try to find the reasons why it goes all the time against my team. Just that.
“I’ve never had a run like that, no. I don’t know in the future. I think I lost twice against Tony Pulis, I lost against Crystal Palace and against West Bromwich Albion. One game each.”
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The loathsome manager is unquestionably one of the most self-centred men in football, and acts like a spoilt child the way he lashes out at others in the media – slinging barbs unnecessarily.
This latest tirade of tripe comes off the back of his recent spat with new Real Madrid boss Rafa Benitez, with the Portuguese manager responding rather harshly to comments made by the Spaniard’s wife – where she seemingly joked about her husband having to clean up Mourinho’s messes.
“The only club where her husband replaced me was at Inter Milan, where in six months he destroyed the best team in Europe at the time,” Mourinho responded (via The Telegraph).
“And for her also to think about me and to speak about me, I think the lady needs to occupy her time, and if she takes care of her husband’s diet she will have less time to speak about me.”
It was perhaps foolish of Benitez’s wife to say such things – given the two men’s relationship – regardless of whether or not she was speaking lightheartedly. For Mourinho to respond in such a childish way however, resorting to jibes about the former Liverpool boss’s weight, shows yet again that he is a contemptible little brat in a grown man’s body.
We are finally starting to rebuild our squad to a level that looks capable of challenging for the Premier League, so hopefully this is the year we are able to silence the detestable little troll.