We do not know if Treccani will create the neologism Mourinhate following the wake of the words Cassanate, Sarrismo or Tottilatria, but certainly with last night’s gesture Jose Mourinho adds another “scene” to the list of his career as a coach .
At the final whistle between Juventus – Manchester United, the Portuguese coach responded to the mockery of the Juventus audience during the match, with a gesture that he made people discuss. Hand near ear meaning “I can’t hear you! Don’t talk anymore
An action that made the Juventus fans nervous and also the players (above all Leonardo Bonucci) wanted to stop the coach due to the exaggeration of his behavior.Even the British sports newspaper Sun sport did not take it well.
Tomorrow’s @SunSport back page:
NO CLASS: Jose Mourinho sparks a storm by goading Juventus fans after Man United’s brilliant comeback. pic.twitter.com/p4xDQHX8VO
– Sun Sport (@SunSport) November 7, 2018
In reality, there was something similar in the first leg. Continuous whistles from the Juventus fans away to Old Trafford for his past at Inter and the Lusitanian coach who at the end of the match raises his right hand indicating the number three, in memory of the Nerazzurri’s treble in 2010 which has not yet been achieved. Juventus.Same gesture of the number three raised a few days earlier also in the Premier League at Stamford Bridge in London between Chelsea and the Red Devils. Mourinho responds to the whistles of the public by recalling that he is the most successful coach of the blues with his three national titles.
Mourinho who, with his three fingers, reminds blues fans of the national titles won with Chelsea

Again against Chelsea another show of this level was held when Antonio Conte sat on the blues bench . The two do not seem to love each other madly and that is or has been seen on the pitch in some matches between the Red Devils and Premier League Chelsea . At Stamford Bridge, it ends 4-0 and the former Inter player explodes in the final, approaching his colleague, telling him in his ear, but clearly, that“No, this is not the case, there is no exultation in this way, and disrespect towards the defeated opponent”.
In the FA Cup , on the other hand, there is a real face to face in front of the fourth official. The clash continues in the locker room, apparently, new close contact. And at the end of the match yet another torpedo by the Portuguese, this time against his former fans: “I Judas
Yes, but Judas number 1”.

The “hot” confrontation with Antonio Conte

But it is not the first time that the Lusitanian has become the protagonist of not very elegant releases. Especially the Barca fans remember him well in Spain, when he was on the bench for the blancos. At the end of the Spanish Super Cup match between Real Madrid – Barcelona, ​​won by the Catalans 3-2, a brawl between the players and the benches takes place. Mourinho goes out of his mind and attacks Guardiola’s deputy, Tito Vilanova, with a finger in the eye that cost him two turns off.
Vilanova’s finger in the eye after the Spanish Supercup match The “Porque
also be remembered after the elimination of his Real against Barcelona. The various reasons after the game for the many wrong choices of the match referee. INTER
Many successes with Inter but also many skits by the Portuguese both on and off the pitch. Above all, the famous gesture of the handcuffs against Sampdoria at San Siro drew 0-0

. For the Nerazzurri two expulsions, a gesture in favor of the camera and therefore a controversy against the referee class, accused of having a different regard with the other teams. The Portuguese took three days of disqualification and a 40,000 euro fine.
The famous gesture of the handcuffs during the match Inter – Sampdoria
Another chapter was the show at the Camp Nou in the semi-final of the return leg against Barcelona in 2010. An evening full of episodes: from entering the field for the warm-up to taking insults from the public for to shield his players, to the curtain with Guardiola and Ibrahimovic in which he goes to put pressure during a tactical confrontation, to the final race under the guest sector complete with a fight with the goalkeeper Valdes.

To find a historic skit at Porto, we must take a dip in the Champions League final won in 2004. Jose Mourinho as soon as he receives the medal for the victory, takes a photo with his players and runs away taking off the symbol of victory. Very strong gesture that means the farewell of the coach from the Lusitanian bench, Abramovich was waiting for him in London with open arms.
His farewell to Porto after the 2004 Champions League final

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