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Jose Mourinho’s Twitter Q&A Goes Sensationally Sour As “The Special Once” Is Mocked On Twitter

Jose Mourinho’s Twitter Q&A Goes Sensationally Sour As “The Special Once” Is Mocked On Twitter

From the beginning of this season Jose Mourinho maintained that Chelsea were not ready to compete for the Premier League title.

Instead, the Portuguese tactician claimed his side were “the little horse”, the horse that “needs milk and to learn how to jump.”

Strange horse metaphors aside, the Special One failed to deliver any silverware to Stamford Bridge this term and after trophy-laden years at Real Madrid and Inter Milan respectively, some are questioning his future.

So, maybe hosting a Twitter Q&A wasn’t the best idea in the world, eh Jose?

By Stuart Hynd – @supers0nic_

Yahoo revealed Jose Mourinho would be taking over their Twitter at 6.30 pm tonight with this Tweet:

Little did they know, this was the moment many a Twitter troll had been waiting for:

https://twitter.com/mikeyhyamslfc/status/467276741665628163

https://twitter.com/ArsenalPhiliac/status/467273743790649345

 

 

 

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