Conor Moore has made a name for himself as a master impressionist, and he recently took a stab at some of the English Premier League’s most famous managers.
Spurs came from two goals down to win in their Champions League match last night, and Mourinho was full of praise for one quick-thinking ball boy.
The Portuguese manager has had enough of holding his tongue, labelling the French midfielder ‘His Excellency’ when recounting an incident last September.
Jose hasn’t had the best time of it lately, with Manchester United mounting a remarkable resurgence under their new manager. Then this Russian ice hockey tumble happened.
Nobody likes conceding an injury-time equaliser, but that’s especially true for Jose Mourinho, who flew into a rage after Chelsea’s late goal.
Another day, and another former Manchester United player bashing Jose Mourinho. After last night’s 0-0 draw with Valencia, the noose is tightening.
Whilst tension has been simmering under the surface for a while, the events of the past week have seen the feud taken to the next level.
Jose decided to swing past Wembley on Saturday night to watch England against Spain. Things didn’t go exactly to plan.
After being soundly beaten at home by Spurs, Jose Mourinho had to face the music. He wasn’t exactly in the greatest of moods.
Yesterday saw the biggest match of the Premier League season thus far, and there was plenty on-field action to talk about. That’s not what’s happening here, though.
From the Special One to the Unemployed One, this season has been an absolute train wreck for José Mourinho. Let’s pay tribute to the man.
The daughter of the Special One turned heads when she accompanied him to the GQ Awards in London. Jose looked thrilled with all the attention.
José Mourinho has always liked the sound of his own voice, especially when he is using it to poke jibes at rival managers or football clubs. He might have overstepped this time though.
Ball sports. Where men get abnormally emotional about a ball and its direction. Sometimes they even push and shove…
After what was a tightly contested 2-2 draw that saw Chelsea claim a point after a controversial last-minute penalty, Jose Mourinho stirred some violence after the match when he called West Brom defender Jonas Olsson a ‘mickey-mouse player’.