Mourinho sent packing

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho was sent to the stands during the 4-1 Barclays Premier League defeat of Cardiff.

Last Updated: 19/10/13 at 18:04 Post Comment

Jose Mourinho: Sitting in the stands after being sent off

Jose Mourinho: Sitting in the stands after being sent off

Mourinho spent much of the match in conversation with fourth official Trevor Kettle, apparently unhappy with the performance of referee Anthony Taylor.

Taylor lost patience with 20 minutes remaining and ordered Mourinho from the technical area.

As the self-proclaimed 'Special One' clambered over the dugout and to a spare seat in the area behind, where those with club allocation tickets sit, Stamford Bridge erupted into a chorus of "Jose Mourinho".

The song soon evolved into "Jose Mourinho, he sits where he wants".

Mourinho was then his usual ebullient self when celebrating Chelsea's third goal, scored by Oscar.note content Mourinho sat next to Chelsea fan Sean Buxton, who posted a photo on Twitter.

Buxton wrote: "OMG morinho is sitting next to me wtf!!!!!" before adding: "He's taking the p*** with the leg room"


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