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Chelsea Balls: Jose banned from watching matches on the telly, Makelele linked, yet another D-Day

by | 3rd, November 2015

Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho leads every tabloids’ sports section. The Sun says Mourinho is a “BASKET CASE”. The Mirror agrees, leading with the same headline.

 

Jose Mouinho back pages the Mirror

 

Sticking with the Sun , Jose”s been hit with a “double whammy” of a stadium band and lawsuit. He’s bene hit with a fine for being mouthy (£40,000 in the Mail ; £50,000 in the Mirror ).

These “basket case” headlines are a pun on a pervious time when Jose was banned from entering the stadium and he sneaked in by hiding in a laundry basket. The lawsuit refers to Dr Eva Carneiro, the now former Chelsea team doctor, whose appeal for constructive dismissal could see Mourinho called before an employment tribunal.

 

Mourinho mirror backpage

 

 

Over pages 52-53, the Sun’s Steven Howard says “fed up stars can put Jose in his place”. Howard reasons that with Mourinho banned from Stoke City’s ground for Chelsea’s weekend visit the players will show what they can do without him. In Howard’s world there are no TV cameras (the game is live on Sky ), phones not any other way the Chelsea manager can watch the match and communicate with his staff those coaches he works with and who he picked to work with him.

Howard wonders what will happen should Chelsea

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