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WATCH Jose Mourinho Discussing Anti-Chelsea Media Bias In UK Media [VIDEO]

mourinho football focus WATCH Jose Mourinho Discussing Anti Chelsea Media Bias In UK Media [VIDEO]

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will appear on BBC’s Football Focus this week to discuss several topics, one of which is the perceived media bias against Chelsea in the British media.

The words by Mourinho are another guarded attack on ‘Match Of The Day’ and other UK pundit shows where many of the analysts are ex-Liverpool players. Two weeks ago, Chelsea TV discussed the pro-Liverpool bias on their network.

Mourinho also jokes about what traits a good pundit needs to have.

For more Blues news, analysis and opinion, visit the Chelsea team page.


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2 Responses to WATCH Jose Mourinho Discussing Anti-Chelsea Media Bias In UK Media [VIDEO]

  1. Jonathan says:

    Although I dislike Mourinho with a passion, this is probably the most likeable I’ve ever seen him be.

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