Jose Mourinho: Tottenham boss says he ‘was rude with an idiot’ before yellow card


Mike Dean confirmed Jose Mourinho a yellow card in the 2nd half

Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho mentioned he grow to be “horrible with an idiot” after admitting he “clearly deserved” the yellow card he grow to be shown in his aspect’s1-0 defeatat Southampton.

Mourinho gave the influence to argue with someone on the Southampton bench rapidly after Harry Kane had a fair disallowed for offside in the 2nd half.

Kane grow to be compelled off with a hamstring damage after the fair grow to be ruled out.

Mourinho gave the influence to sight at a share of paper on the Southampton bench.

He grow to be at present shown a yellow card by referee Mike Dean, which Mourinho later mentioned he “accredited” after arguing with goalkeeping coach Andrew Sparkes over what’s known to be annoyance at time-wasting methods.

“I grow to be horrible. Nonetheless I grow to be horrible with an idiot. I clearly deserved the yellow card. I had snide phrases with the man,” Mourinho told BT Sport, after his aspect fell six parts in the support of fourth-placed Chelsea in the Premier League table.

“There grow to be remember the true fact that a reason in the support of it. I may no longer instruct you but for some reason I had that reaction,” he added while talking to Match of the Day.

Southampton boss Ralph Hassenhuttl mentioned: “I manufacture no longer desire to insist the rest. I delight in an awfully high notion about this supervisor – he did so considerable for football.”

Kane, who has started all but with out a doubt one of Tottenham’s Premier League games this season, grow to be substituted in the seventy fifth minute, with Erik Lamela replacing him.

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“Harry performs every minute, he performs your total time,” mentioned Mourinho. “It would maybe perhaps well also very properly be huge, it would maybe perhaps well also very properly be little. Obviously, he will possible be out.”

File signing Tanguy Ndombele grow to be additionally compelled off with an damage in the first half, replaced by Giovani lo Celso.

“Tanguy Ndombele, I manufacture no longer know. I imagine right here’s the tenth damage of the season,” Mourinho added. “They give up him to play. It doesn’t give him continuity. We had three days between matches. Any other time, he’s out again.”

‘Not desirous to be kings of the market’

Mourinho, whoreplaced Mauricio Pochettinoas Tottenham supervisor last month, says the club are “no longer desirous to be the kings of the market” after the switch window opened on 1 January.

In his last fair as supervisor at Manchester United, Mourinho spent almost £400m on 11 players for the length of a two-and-a-half-Twelve months spell at the club.

“We desire time to work. We desire what we’re no longer having. Now we should accommodate what now we delight in,” he mentioned.

“We see the snide consequence which is the continuity of the last Twelve months. For Twelve months, it has been very advanced to pick up results a ways off from home. The work isn’t any longer about buying, it’s miles ready working with the players on the pitch.

“It is something that’s extraordinarily advanced for us because we shouldn’t delight in any time to manufacture it.”

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Mourinho’s memorable lines…

Luis Garcia scored the a success fair in Liverpool’s Champions League semi-final protect over Chelsea but it sparked debate

Right here is by no manner the first time Mourinho has raised eyebrows with put up-match feedback.

Following his first sport responsible of Valid Madrid, which performed in a goalless plan with Valid Mallorca, he mentioned: “I’m no longer Harry Potter. He is magical, but in actuality, there may maybe be no magic. Magic is fiction and football is valid.”

According to criticism from then Juventus boss Claudio Ranieri in 2008, Mourinho mentioned: “I studied Italian five hours a day for many months to make certain that I would maybe perhaps well also communicate with the players, media and fans [at Inter Milan]. Ranieri had been in England for five years and aloof struggled to insist ‘superb morning’ and ‘superb afternoon’.”

And who can fail to recollect his response to Luis Garcia’s disagreeable ‘ghost fair’ in Liverpool’s Champions League semi-final protect over Mourinho’s Chelsea in 2005?

“The linesman scored the fair,” mentioned a angry Mourinho.

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