Third is NOT good enough, Jose
THERE must have been some messy underpants around this week after the media w*nk-fest over the return of Jose Mourinho to Chelsea.
Yeah, great, we get it – he’s a good manager and all the birds fancy him.
But cut to the chase, he’s still a bit of a bell-end. Anyone referring to themselves in the third person is a nailed-on tool.
Here’s The Happy One (for f***’s sake) at the weekend: “I’m a bit shy in the face of the fans’ reaction. I don’t feel very comfortable with that.
“But now the fans have to support the team, sing about the players and the club, not Jose. Jose knows how much they like me and how happy they are to have me back.”