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02 February 2017 07:15 Post ID: #593759
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Well, you did call yourself 'the Special One'.........

"Jose Mourinho: Man Utd manager says rules are different for him"

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/38836249

Not that I have any sympathy for him but Jurgen Klopp's meltdown in the face of 4th official Neil Swarbrick when Costa's penalty was saved was curiously (?) marked by a singular lack of reporting and was pretty much ignored. Many people contacted th BBC's R5Live 606 programme to comment how their club's managers would have received some sort of sanction whilst the '├╝ber nice Mr Klopp" just got a smile and the support of Mr Swarbrick....
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02 February 2017 07:31 Post ID: #593766 - in reply to #593759
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Klippity is definitely getting an easy ride from both the officials and the media. He hasn't peed them off yet but it's probably only a matter of time.

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02 February 2017 08:34 Post ID: #593772 - in reply to #593759
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Tee hee......

Leopards and their spots eh? Maureen reverts to type.

wonder if the BBC will make quite the same fuss they did when Pep got grumpy with the same reporter? You wouldn't think so given how they have buried this in their football sports page.

"Angry Mourinho walks out of BBC interview"

http://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/football/38835923
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