Jose Mourinho caught pushing schoolboy

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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has been embroiled in controversy throughout the course of the season so far. 

The Portuguese tactician has endured a torrid opening period to the campaign at Stamford Bridge and it appears that he's feeling the pressure. 

In fact, brought to us by The Sun, a video has been captured showing the Chelsea boss push a schoolboy, who had been filming the self-proclaimed 'Special One' from his bicycle. 


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As you can see in the video below, Mourinho shoved the 14-year-old Chelsea supporter in Knightsbridge, West London, on Sunday.

In fact, the youngster's father, who is also a Blues fan, told The Sun: “He’s losing the plot.”

Another struggle 

It was certainly a bizarre act from Mourinho, who just can't stay out of the headlines right now. From issues on and off the pitch, the ex-Real Madrid coach has had a season to forget so far. 

It didn't get much better for Mourinho and Co. last night as the Blues were held at the hands of Dynamo Kiev in Ukraine. 

The Blues chief was once again unhappy with the referee after the official failed to award Cesc Fabregas a penalty following a challenge from Serhiy Rybalka. 

As per the BBC, Mourinho stated: "The decision was crucial for the outcome. A fall in the box is a penalty."  

When asked about the official's performance, Mourinho added: "The referee was very good. I'm serious.

"He made one mistake and, for example in the Rugby World Cup, the referee in the Scotland game was very good.

"But he made one mistake and because of that mistake Scotland is crying."

Is Mourinho losing the plot? Have your say below! 

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