Jose Mourinho Loses It - Charges At Opposition Coach

Tanya Simon
October 24, 2018

Many opposition fans love to hate Manchester United boss Mourinho, a proven victor around Europe, but facing an uphill struggle to get the Red Devils back on track this season.

The Blues secured a 2-2 draw with a late equaliser at Stamford Bridge - a moment Chelsea coach Marco Ianni celebrated directly in front of the opposition dugout.

It is said that Martial had previously been unhappy over a lack of playing time - he started just five Premier League games after January last season - but is now looking to accept the offer of a "long-term" contract, having previously refused to sign.

"What happened was with Sarri's assistant, and Sarri was the first one to come to me to say he would resolve the problem internally with me", he recalled.

"I'd never rule out getting another, maybe when I have kids I might have something done to go with that".

Former England striker Alan Shearer, meanwhile, praised Mourinho for his tactical changes at half-time after a tepid first period.

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Barkley, who has been in great form for Chelsea in recent weeks, went on to regret the decision of the arm tattoo sleeve - which included the date of his Everton debut - and later got them removed. "I'm not going to kill you because of one.' He apologised and I accepted it".

Furthermore, the English FA would be waiting for referee Mike Dean's report "before deciding whether any further action is warranted".

Ianni's actions were in poor taste, as he had tried to rub in the face of the former Chelsea boss on his old stomping ground that his United side had just had what would've been a sensational victory wrenched from their grasp. "We can sit here and say it's ridiculous that these managers react, but what you saw at the end was raw emotion".

Young, who received praise for how he limited the influence of Chelsea playmaker Eden Hazard, told MUTV: "We have to look at the positives, I think we deserved to win it - we got on top. I have spoken to a member of my staff and have dealt with this immediately", the Italian said. He added: "I want to speak to (Ianni) again (before I decide if there will be further repercussions)".

"'We can be happy with this point because we almost lost and we are still undefeated", he said.

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