Just when Jose Mourinho thought his day couldn’t get any worse he’s now receiving stick on Twitter for the manner in which he conducted his post-match interview at Stamford Bridge.
The Special One was unsurprisingly in a rather sullen mood following Chelsea’s 3-1 home defeat at the hands of Liverpool - their sixth Premier League loss already this term - and his demeanour gave plenty of signs as to the turmoil he finds himself in.
Mourinho's post-match presser
When asked questions immediately following the match, Mourinho said he had ‘nothing to say’, despite the fact that many Blues fans are now seeking answers.
As always, Twitter has been alive with thoughts and opinions on arguably the biggest talking point in world football today.
The wife of Liverpool chief John W. Henry, Linda Pizzuti Henry, drew particular attention with her tweet on Mourinho, one that read ‘Most unique, though consistent, post match interview by Jose Mourinho #nothingtosay’.
Of course, the Henrys, and a good deal of other people associated with Liverpool, have every reason to celebrate now that Jurgen Klopp’s first win has been chalked up on the board.
The Reds largely have Philippe Coutinho to thank for providing the inspiration that pushed the team onto victory, courtesy of his strikes either side of halftime, but Klopp is sure to be pleased with the performance as a whole.
Meanwhile, Mourinho might have ‘nothing to say’ but that excuse won’t wash when Roman Abramovich comes looking for answers.
It’s likely the Russian billionaire will give his manager more time, if only because of the huge amount of compensation he will have to shell out if he wants rid of him, but sooner or later the clock will run down if things don’t change.
You can watch Mourinho's post-match interview here:
Liverpool fans, how happy are you about the match today? Chelsea fans, is it time for Mourinho to go? Let us know in the comments box below.
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