Unbelievable! Jose certainly has a short temper…
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has revealed why he “wanted to kill” one of his coaches before Sunday’s Capital One Cup final against Tottenham Hotspur, according to the Daily Mail.
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Mourinho didn’t want his players thinking about the Liverpool-Manchester City game, but revealed his anger when coach Silvio Louro gave the result away by cheering at the final whistle.
“I knew that was an impossible mission [to hide the result], but I didn’t want the television on in the hotel or on the bus,” he said.
“I told them I didn’t want any kind of manifestation or disappointment if City scored in the last minute, or Liverpool won. I wanted complete silence.
“We were successful on that. But one member of my staff jumped up in the bus, Silvino. I wanted to kill the guy. He broke the rule.”