‘There Is Only One Manager Under No Pressure To Achieve Anything’ – Jose Mourinho Aims Another Boring Barb In Arsene Wenger’s Direction

Chris Wright

25th, September 2015

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Wow Jose. Much mind games. So genius. Wow

Jose Mourinho has used his Friday press conference to aim yet another boring, petty and thinly-veiled barb in Arsene Wenger’s direction.

In other news, the Atlantic Ocean is still registering on the damper end of the wet scale.

Any road up, Mourinho declared to his fawning audience that there is only one manager in the Premier League who is free to moan about referees, underachieve and lose games willy-nilly without fearing for his job – and it ain’t him.

When asked to comment on Diego Costa’s recent dismissal against the Gunners, Mourinho replied coyly:

If I answer I’m going to be suspended. I don’t want to touch the theme and everything that surrounds this situation because I want to be on the bench.

I don’t comment and I tell you why: some managers can speak about the referee before the game and after the game and some others cannot.

I am in the list of the ones that cannot. An imaginary list, but clearly.

He was then asked about the pressure mounting on Newcastle coach Steve McClaren after the club’s dismal start to the season, to which he responded:

I think in this country, only one manager is not under pressure. Steve is under pressure, I am under pressure, Brendan [Rodgers] is under pressure, Pellegrini is under pressure.

We cannot lose matches, we cannot be below expectations. There is one that for some reason is outside that list. Good for him.

Asked to clarify who he was talking about, the Portuguese grumbled on:

You know. The one who can speak about the referees before the game, after the game, can push people in the technical area, can moan, can cry in the morning in the afternoon, nothing happens.

He can not achieve, keep his job, still be the king. I say just one.

When repeatedly asked to name names, the Chelsea boss simply muttered: “Just one out of 20.”

We can only assume he’s jealous of Wenger’s job security or something.

Still, this is a grown man we’re supposedly talking about here.

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9 Comments

  1. syndex says:

    I honestly think he is nearing the end the more of these rants the more untenable he becomes.

  2. AlfyB says:

    I think men in white coats could be on the horizon. Funnily enough the more he says the angrier he gets, and when he gets angry he looks really stupid

  3. What4 says:

    Do people, other than Chelsea supporters, still find Mourinho amusing? His ‘mind games’ that the journos were masturbating over not so long ago are getting pretty boring. Change the record Jose.

  4. Rob says:

    Mourinho must really have been bullied as a kid, and was the one who bullied his nerdy best friend to try and fit in.

  5. SA says:

    when Lord Ferguson, benitez and wenger were in the room he had someone to argue with, only wenger is left and he’s got his fingers in his ears, shouting “Je ne peux pas vous entendre”, and at the end of the day he’s still a knobhead.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Likely some bully used to sodomised him back in d day now he has to bully others to feel important.

  7. Big D says:

    Amen Jose. The truth hurts.

  8. Cole says:

    Why so butt hurt jose

  9. romfordray says:

    When Mourinho can help a team finish in the top 4 and qualify for CL with such talented players like Almunia, Eboue, Denilson, and Bendtner for year after frikkin year, he can have job security too.

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