Another day, another Jose Mourinho headline involving insults, disrespect and the sucking off of Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
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This time it is former Manchester United striker, Michael Owen, who Mourinho has in his crosshairs – it appears no one is off limits for the Portuguese gaffer, especially when it comes to making sure I Am Zlatan’s ego is stroked.
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The former Chelsea manager was actually being interviewed by BT Sport’s very own, Mr Nice In A Sleazy Way, Jake Humphrey, so you’d imagine there’s a hint of a joke from Mourinho in knowing Owen is, somehow, employed by the broadcaster. However, you then remember that the last time Jose laughed was in 1979, when he was reading a copy of Mein Kampf. And in order for Mourinho to make some form a light-hearted and jovial comment, he must, first, stop feeding on the souls of puppies, babies and Luke Shaw – which he won’t be doing anytime soon.
So we are hoping, like the rest of the world, Jose is just so sick and tired of Owen’s inane, farcical and insignificant comments on football, that he’s had enough. And felt the need, like so many of us, to just be unnecessarily horrible and bitter towards the man who was meant to win England a World Cup.
The ultimate Wenger and Mourinho combined XI
Petr Cech (GK)
The Premier League's best ever 'keeper. Image Source: SportPesa
Part of Inter's Champions League-winning side with Mourinho. In the current era of overhyping Brazilian centrebacks like David Luiz, Lucio would be seen as a God if he was at his peak today. Image Source: Sempreinter
Tony Adams MBE (CB)
'Mr. Arsenal' was inevitably going to be in the heart of our three-man defence; an outstanding leader and a winner. Image Source: Galaxia Futebolistica
Lillian Thuram (CB)
You forget just how impressive the Frenchman was. Image Source : Youtube
Patrick Vieira (LDM)
The captain. Image Source: ArsenalArsenal.net
Xabi Alonso (RDM)
Every team needs a player who can ping a ball from anywhere and to anywhere. Image Source: ThisIsAnfield
A maestro from Jose's miracle of a Champions League win. Image Source: Publicopt
Cristiano Ronaldo (LM)
The team wouldn't be very credible without this man. Image Source: YouTube
Luis Figo (RM)
Figo completes our pair of Portuguese wingers. Not too bad at all! If this team was to play in the Premier League, the likes of Alberto Moreno would have a nightmare - well, even more than he's already having. Image Source: IFFHS
Didier Drogba (ST)
A nightmare for Liverpool fans. A cheat, but an unquestionably good player. Drogba was a menace upfront for any team. He's got it all really. Image Source: Fusion.net
Thierry Henry (ST)
If Henry wasn't upfront for our team here, there was no point putting it together. Image Source: Gentside Sport