Jose Mourinho: Roma boss loses his cool with journalist in row over refereeing decisions

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Jose Mourinho's time at Roma has been a real rollercoaster so far.

The charismatic Portuguese boss took charge of the Roman giants in the summer, and though it has only been a few months, there has been plenty of drama.

Mourinho has had plenty of to say, and already spent time in the stands having been shown a red card by an official when his side faced Napoli.

That didn't stop him trying to coach his team though, as he hid behind the dug out and attempted to direct his players from there.

The site of Jose peaking over the dugout was absolute comedy gold, but, in truth, we would expect nothing less from the man.

Now, Jose has made headlines once again after his Roma side slumped to a 2-2 draw against Bodo/Glimt in the Europa Conference League.

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As is his way, Mourinho was fuming during his post match media duties and so it is no surprise that he exploded when he came up against a rather prickly journalist.

Mourinho began the interview by calling on the referee to explain himself before the journalist poked and prodded, seemingly desperate to get a reaction out of the veteran manager.

He got exactly what he wanted only seconds later, as the conversation descended into a full-blooded row over some of the referee's decisions throughout the course of the game.

Clearly agitated, Jose bites back at the journalist, asking him if he had watched the game at all.

You can see the frosty exchange in the video below:

Blimey - Jose was on the rampage.

The result leaves Roma lying in second in their group with seven points from their four games.

They have conceded the highest number of goals in the group as well, so it is no wonder that Jose, who probably doesn't think too highly of the Conference League, is feeling rather grumpy.

With Roma having already slipped 12 points off the pace in Serie A, it looks as though it is going to be a long old season for Jose in the Eternal City.

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