Donenech slams the Blues coach.
Former France manager Raymond Domenech has slammed Chelsea’s Jose Mourinho in his new book.
The publication is titled ‘Mon dico passione du foot‘ – which translates as ‘My Passionate Dictionary of Football’ – and guides the readers through Domenech’s A-Z of the sport.
French legends Nicolas Anelka, Thierry Henry, Franck Ribery and Zinedine Zidane are among those who are also criticised by the 62-year-old, although Mourinho comes in for some rough treatment.
“That’s the problem with translators, there comes a time when they convince themselves they wrote the text themselves,” Domenech was quoted by the Telegraph.
However, how much notice Mourinho will give to this is another matter, as since the Frenchman was last in a managerial job the 51-year-old has won La Liga and the Copa del Rey with Real Madrid.
Domenech was last in the dugout during Les Bleus’ ill-fated 2010 World Cup campaign in South Africa which was marred by in-house arguments and saw the nation exit at the group stage.
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