Former Chelsea and Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho has turned into a pop star on new Stormzy track.
The former Blues and Lilywhites boss may have found his true calling for when he retires from top-flight football management.
Mourinho dubbed one of the managerial GOATS (greatest of all times) Jose Mourinho has been featured unexpectedly in a music video with iconic music star Stormzy in his new hit ‘Mel Made Me Do It.’
The youngest manager to have ever won the Premier League title was spotted putting his finger to his lips in a ‘shush’ type gesture whilst also being surrounded by Stormzy’s entourage. It was an iconic gesture that the now Roma manager has done so many times throughout his career, with a certain match against Liverpool in the Carling Cup (now known as EFL Carabao Cup) coming to mind.
More recently though, the first manager to have won all the European trophies at different clubs shushed the Chelsea faithful after their 2-2 draw with Manchester United under the Maurizio Sarri era. This was in response to a selection of supporters lambasting him with ‘Judas’ chants.
Anyhow, with the former Blues and Spurs boss moved on with his career in Serie A, the . to his inclusion in this music video has received some funny .. Here are some of the best on Twitter.
Chelsea fans @AlexGoldberg_ tweeted: ‘The content this is going to provide us on Twitter for years to come is breathtaking.’
@UTDMoh similarly put: ‘That’s why Jose is the Goat.’
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@dewradar is interested: ‘would love to know the story about how he got involved in the video.’
@nathwilcoxxx joked: ‘Whoever does Jose’s bookings or PR deserve a pay rise, he is so good at staying relevant with s**t like this or adverts and that, not taking himself too seriously.’
Back to the football itself, Jose and his AS Roma side have started the new 2022/23 season in mixed form, winning four out of the season, drawing one and losing the other two. They have 13 points from the 21 available and sit in 6th place in Serie A.