Five reasons Mourinho is rightly the most hated man in football.
Chelsea‘s Jose Mourinho might be the best football manager in the world but he also has a well-deserved reputation for being snide, vindictive and sometimes downright offensive to anyone that crosses him – on or off the pitch.
The Special One may consider himself irreplaceable, but based on his history of foul behavior there aren’t a whole lot of people who would miss the part of him that doesn’t win all the time.
Here is a look at five of the worst incidents of Jose Mourinho’s career that show he’s not a manager or even a man worth shedding a tear for if he gets a pink slip:
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5. Mourinho’s eye-poke of Tito Vilanova, 2011
In one of the more repulsive displays of sour grapes after losing to Barcelona, the Special One walked right up to then-Barca assistant manager Tito Vilanova and poked him right in the eye before nonchalantly walking away.