Jose Mourinho's choice of hoody delights Twitter users

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Jose Mourinho's start to the Premier League season has been anything but special. The Chelsea boss has overseen the club's worst start to a campaign in 37 years and the pressure is beginning to mount.

Bad results always highlight the need for fresh blood in a squad and it appears Jose was on a scouting mission in Kiev last night.

The Blues boss was reportedly running the rule over Andriy Yarmolenko during Ukraine's 1-0 defeat to defending European Champions, Spain.


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The Dynamo Kiev winger has attracted a lot of attention recently and, if rumours are to be believed, a move to one of Europe's top clubs could be on the cards for the 25-year-old.

Chelsea also play Dynamo Kiev in their next Champions League fixture. With three of their players in action for Ukraine last night, that was potentially another reason for his visit.

However, what caught the attention of television viewers was the Portuguese manager's choice of clothing. In particular, his hoody. Mourinho looked like he had arrived in Kiev from a galaxy far, far away.

The 52-year-old had his hood draped over his head and his glum expression meant he would not have looked out of place on the Death Star and it did not take Twitter users long to cotton on, with pictures quickly surfacing online.


Following the international break, Mourinho and his charges are back in action against Aston Villa this weekend.

A home game against the Villains, who have picked up a miserly four points this season, should give the Blues the perfect platform to get back to winning ways.

But any further slip-ups and the pressure will really be on Mourinho, who already looks to be feeling the squeeze.

Is Jose Mourinho the right man to drag Chelsea out of their rut? Have your say in the comments section below!

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