Jose Mourinho trolled by Arsenal & Liverpool fans

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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has been trolled by Arsenal and Liverpool supporters on Twitter ahead of a question and answer session hosted by Yahoo, who the Portuguese coach represents as their Global Football Ambassador for 2014.

Yahoo asked fans to send in their questions with the hashtag #AskJose - but, unsurprisingly, not all of the questions were entirely serious.

Some of them made reference to Mourinho’s defensive tactics, “parking the bus” as it is commonly known as. One user posted a photo of three buses alongside the question: “There are rumours that these 3 are potential summer targets, will you confirm?”

Following a similar theme, another fan asked: “What advice would you give to other bus drivers?”

A few Arsenal supporters made reference to Mourinho’s comments about Arsene Wenger being a “specialist in failure” from earlier this year. The Gunners boss can win his first piece of silverware since 2005 on Saturday - as his side play Hull City in the FA Cup final - while Mourinho ended his debut season back at Stamford Bridge without a single trophy.

“How does it feel that a 'specialist in failure' is likely to win more than you after spending 70 million less?” asked one Arsenal fan, while another wrote: “if arsene wenger wins the f.a cup tomorrow and he's the specialist in failure then what does that make you?”

Another user simply posted an image of sacked Manchester United manager David Moyes proudly holding the Community Shield - another reference to Mourinho failing to win a trophy - but this next question will probably hurt the Blues’ boss the most: “How does it feel to have won less European trophies at Chelsea than Rafa Benitez?” Ouch.

Fortunately for Mourinho, Yahoo are unlikely to show him any questions from the cruel non-Chelsea supporters this evening - which is probably just as well.

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