Former Barcelona coach Johan Cruyff has been highly critical of Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, specifically regarding his attitude.
The legendary Dutchman was speaking in an interview with Sky Sports, and blasted Mourinho for the way in which he creates controversy and puts himself in the spotlight.
Mourinho was handed the backing of Chelsea on Monday, as reported by The Independent, after a poor start to the season in which they have collected just eight points from their first eight games in the defence of their Premier League title.
Coupled with the controversy created by his comments in post-match interviews and the Eva Carneiro situation in which he has now cleared of making any discriminatory comments, it has been a torrid time for the Portuguese tactician.
The former Porto coach was charged on Monday by the FA in relation to comments he made in the aftermath of his side’s 3-1 defeat to Southampton at the weekend.
Nevertheless, he has remained defiant and warned the club that should they sack him, they would be sacking the ‘best manager that they ever had’, which was followed by a vote of confidence, as reported by Sky Sports.
However, Cruyff clearly doesn’t agree with all of Mourinho’s antics. He told Sky Sports: “Maybe it’s because of that, maybe because of the interest from the press, but I don’t think he is educating children to play football or educating for life.”