Jose Mourinho ambushed outside Lowry Hotel in prank involving Chelsea boss Antonio Conte
Mourinho was ambushed on his way back from Manchester United training this afternoon, falling victim to a prank by an Italian TV crew.
The United boss was cornered as he returned to the Lowry Hotel earlier today, but seemed happy to give an interview to reporters Alessandro Onnis and Stefano Corti from the “Le Iene” show.
The duo then produced a Manchester United shirt and asked the Red Devils boss to sign it, only to reveal Chelsea manager Antonio Conte’s name on the back.
Conte and Mourinho have clashed several times recently, with the conflict escalating when the Portuguese boss aimed a... read more
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