Spiky Jose Mourinho blasted a reporter and cut short his post-match press conference after Manchester United’s stalemate against struggling Hull.
Mourinho was incensed by a number of refereeing decisions on the touchline and seemed to suggest that Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp gets more favourable treatment from the authorities.
That frustration saw him boil over afterwards when he told a BBC reporter: “If you don’t know football, you shouldn’t be with the microphone in your hand.”
Ouch. Jose Mourinho is not a happy man… pic.twitter.com/66A8NHlfTB
— BBC Sport (@BBCSport) February 1, 2017
After walking away from that interview, he then answered just three questions in his press conference.
He said: "Don't ask me questions that I cannot answer. You know clearly that I am different. The rules for me are different.
"I am different in everything, I watch my team play in a hotel, I was forbidden to go to the stadium, my assistant had a six-match stadium ban and he didn't touch anyone.
Mourinho knows United aren't clinical enough and tonight proves it again. Two big chances and two missed. Needs a goalscorer this summer.
— Rob Dawson (@RobDawsonMEN) February 1, 2017
"Yesterday one fourth official told to a manager: 'I enjoy very much your passion, so do what you want to do'.
"Today I was told: 'Sit down or I have to send you to the stands'. So everything is different for me.
"So, to end the story, I just want to say the simple 0-0, great point for them, congratulations. Bad point for us. We have to keep going because we have another game for the weekend."