Jose Mourinho Trolls Pep Guardiola About His Lack Of Follicular Fortitude With Zingy ‘Hair Loss’ One Liner

Chris Wright

11th, September 2014


By Chris Wright

Spain Soccer La Liga

“Bald much? LOLOLOLOL”

Whether he actually said it or not is up for debate, but Spanish paper El Confidencial (via Bild) are attributing a zinger of a quote to Jose Mourinho, who has apparently kept his ongoing feud with arch-nemesis Pep Guardiola simmering away nicely with a typically Mourinho-esque troll-heavy one-liner about the Bayern Munich coach’s lack of follicular fecundity.

“When you enjoy what you do, you don’t lose your hair, and Guardiola is bald. He doesn’t enjoy football.”


This comes after Pep and Jose got into a bitchy slanging match at the (thrilling) UEFA Elite Club Coaches Forum earlier in the week when the pair argued over the correct grass length.

Yep, you did read that correctly.

Guardiola argued that UEFA rules should be amended to whittle the maximum permitted grass length down from 3cm to 1.5cm in order to facilitate elite football, i.e, 100 passes-a-minute and lots of beautiful, beautiful possession retention.

Mourinho supposedly then quipped: “Everyone has his style of play, which should be respected. Football can be spectacular in several ways.”

To which Guardiola then reportedly replied: “The beauty of football depends on the coach. It seems to me that Mourinho prefers the result to the spectacle.

“I know to him that’s all that matters.”

Camp Drog says…


“Ooooh, claws away you sassy BIIIIIITCHES!!!!”

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  1. Chris says:

    Barca under Pep almost reminded me of watching people play FIFA. I can appreciate the skillz in holding possession but it can become a bit negative, boring and result based too. Mourinho style is a bit like watching someone have the answer and work backwards. They’re obviously great managers…their results speak volumes but I hark back to the Milan of the early 90s, liverpool of 80s and arsenal of late 90s. That Ajax team. There was a vibrancy and fun factor to these teams that surpassed the records. That much is very clear now.

  2. Wilma says:

    Just watch their first clásico; 5-0 to Barca. It was absolutely glorious football. That game then set Mourinho off on his Madrid career of stifling non-football. Please, just watch that match. It’s a thing of beauty.

  3. Jarren says:

    I’m not a huge fan of Guardiola’s tikki takka massala, but Mourinho’s style of play is without doubt a dire thing to behold.

    It’s got to the stage now where I don’t bother watching Chelsea games if there’s anything (ANYTHING) else on at the same time.

    Of course I ended up with egg on my face 2 weeks ago with the Everton game.

    But that’s the exception, a 1 in 1000 kinda game.

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