Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has criticised Spain boss Vicente del Bosque over his handling of Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas…
Jose Mourinho is known for clashing with other managers, and most recently he has been falling out with Spain boss Vicente del Bosque.
The Chelsea boss is not interested in mending broken fences however, and claims that the international managers concerns are “not my problem”, according to Caught Offside.
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The pair recently had a number of disagreements over Spanish duo Diego Costa and Cesc Fabregas, with the Chelsea summer signings pulling out of international duty ahead of their Euro 2016 qualifying match against Belarus.
Del Bosque and several Spanish players questioned whether their reasons were legitimate, and accused Mourinho of convincing his players to put club over country.
The Portugese manager slammed del Bosque however, claiming it was the doctors that branded his players not fit for duty, not him.
“My doctor and the doctor of the Spanish national team, they had the scans and they decided that the player was not in the condition to play,” he said.
“I trust my doctor 100 per cent. If Del Bosque doesn’t trust his doctor that is his problem, not my problem.”
Fabregas and Costa both played in Chelsea’s 2-0 win over West Bromwich Albion on Saturday after missing two weeks of internationals, something which will surely only serve to exacerbate the issue.