David Moyes mocked by Mourinho in new spoof video

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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has serenaded David Moyes one final time after the Scottish coach was sacked by Manchester United on Tuesday morning - not in real life, but in another amusing spoof video released by Small t Productions.

In fact, it’s not just Mourinho who goads poor old Moyesey on this occasion - Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers, Manchester City’s Manuel Pellegrini and even the man who helped appoint him at the end of last season, Sir Alex Ferguson, all have a pop at the 50-year-old.

Mourinho begins the telephone call by cheekily asking the weary-sounding Moyes why he’s not here - at his “leaving far-too-soon party - before passing the phone to Rodgers, who thanks the ex-United boss for kindly swapping places with him in the Premier League table.

It doesn’t get any better for Moyes when the phone makes its way to Pellegrini, who fears that people in Manchester will now focus on his likeness to Star Wars character Emperor Palpatine with “Gollum” from Lord of the Rings now out of a job.

Next up it’s Ferguson, who Moyes calls a “backstabber”, before being offered to look after his past-in racehorse Rock of Gibraltar.

But it’s Mourinho who ends the phone call with another hilarious song, paying tribute to “football’s greatest gift to slapstick comedy”.

It’s very well made, the impressions are spot on and you can watch it by clicking the link at the top of the page!

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