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"I`m Not in the Mood."

After his controversial remarks, in his previous pre-match press conference, it was a somewhat reserved Jose Mourinho who faced the press ahead of the fixture with Everton.

Normally one to discuss anything thrown in his direction, Jose refused to say anything about previous topics, notably, Rooney, Wenger, Pellegrini, Mata, Martinez, Lukaku, Arsenal or Manchester City, prompting one inquisitive journalist to ask what the matter was, to which Jose replied,

"I`m fine. I`m not in the mood."

Prompting a further question,

"Have you taken a vow of silence?"

To which Jose curtly replied,

"No."

Which prompted a further question,

"Are you unhappy about the criticism you have received?"

Producing another short response of,

"No."

Leading to another question of,

Is there something you would like to talk about?"

Prompting an answer of,

"No. if you`ve finished, I`ll go."

Superb, absolutely superb from the ultimate showman



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Writer:Merlin
Date:Saturday February 22 2014
Time: 10:15AM

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Haha :D Classic !
Strapping Blue
22/02/2014 11:26:00
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Fantastic from mourinho. He does not want to touch anybody, but if u do then its ur own cup of tea
Rodneykwao
23/02/2014 05:08:00
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