Jose Mourinho in another angry exchange with a teenager

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Just days after a video surfaced of Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho appearing to push a teenage boy in the streets of London, another clip has surfaced of the Portuguese boss losing his temper with another so called 'fan'.

The Sun released a video on Tuesday that appeared to show the Special One shoving a 14-year-old schoolboy, although, the footage is inconclusive.

In this latest clip to make its way onto the internet, via the Independent, Mourinho is visibly annoyed by the presence of another member of the public recording him during his personal time.


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Sonnie Burgess, the boy filming this video, was trying to get a reaction out of the former Real Madrid manager who was, once again, on his mobile phone. 

The 52-year-old appeared in no mood to entertain the youngster, giving him a light brush to politely suggest he goes away.

But the kid did not give up - we have to praise him for his persistence - and Mourinho was clearly annoyed as he snapped: "What are you doing?"

It seems Mourinho has become a target for people trying to get their five minutes of fame. The father of the boy from the first video had even suggested the Blues boss was 'losing the plot'.

But it would be pretty annoying to have people shoving their phones in your face when you're trying to walk down the street.

Given Chelsea's poor start to the season, he appears to be on edge, but the idea that he would shove a minor is a stretch too far - he is too smart for that.

Would you be annoyed if you were Jose Mourinho in that position? Have your say in the comments section below!

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