Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho is fond of his mind games but, having said that, he doesn’t mince words if he feels he has been wronged.
Mourinho spoke at his press conference today, ahead of the trip to Burnley for their league opener, that he feels officials have a problem with him after a reporter suggested he was the one initiating friction.
The Special One said: “I think it’s easier to say they had a run with me, not me with them. It’s true. You know me a long long time, you can analyse the way I am, the way I behave, the way I approach things. You can see some differences from 10 years ago or seven or eight years ago. So I think they had a run with me, not me with them. Ask them. The only thing I can say is I hope they don’t have a run with me, because I don’t have one with them.”
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