Former Liverpool star Jamie Carragher has continued his war of words with Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, the Daily Telegraph reports.
The Reds legend initially criticised Mourinho’s side for their behaviour on the pitch in their midweek defeat to Paris Saint-Germain, with the Portuguese coach responding that he has a short memory and was the same in his days as a player.
However, Carragher still believes Mourinho could regret the way he comes across as a person when his career is over, saying: “Respect for Mourinho’s achievements in the game is beyond doubt. In a few years from now, we could be acknowledging him as the most successful manager of all time.
“But will he be loved? Chelsea fans undoubtedly adore him. Porto and Inter supporters will too. Yet beyond that? It is debatable.
“Will he care how he is remembered? I think he will. Deep down, I think everyone in football cares how they are perceived.”