The best Mourinho jokes as Chelsea players “betray” his work

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José Mourinho jokes won't go down well with this betrayed-feeling guy
No way (out for) José? (Image: Ultraslansi)

Social media was crawling with José Mourinho jokes as his Chelsea side slumped to a 2-1 defeat at Leicester, falling 20 points behind them in the process.

The embattled Portuguese used his post-match interview to accuse his players of “betraying” his work, even going so far as to label the Leicester City ball boys “a disgrace to the Premier League”.

So now these are the best of the latest batch of José Mourinho jokes following Leicester 2-1 Chelsea:

José Mourinho is slowly turning into Columbo pic.twitter.com/fcyYPAIhA5

— Sunday League FC (@SundayLeagueFC) December 14, 2015

Think it's time for the Mourinho dance of angst and anguish pic.twitter.com/Lwzurp2GW1

— Cristian Nyari (@Cnyari) December 14, 2015

Every substitution Mourinho makes these days. pic.twitter.com/GFueHyQYb5

— SundayLeagueHipster (@HipsterManager) December 14, 2015

Cut Mourinho some slack. It's 16th against 1st here. He's not a miracle worker.

— Huw (@ed_son) December 14, 2015

This life. Mourinho doesn't only wait to shake his fellow managers now,he actually waits to get a hug. May God not disgrace us publicly.

— Abiola Kazeem (@biolakazeem) December 14, 2015

The Jose Mourinho 3 Season DVD Collection: Season 1: Buy The Bus Season 2: Park The Bus Season 3: Throw Players Under The Bus

— 1886Gunners (@Timbo_Slice1991) December 14, 2015

Has Mourinho lost the dressing room? I don't know. But he certainly appears to have left it somewhere.

— Wenger Knows Best (@wengerknowsbest) December 14, 2015

Can't be f*cked doing your job today? Use TheODDSbible's Jose Mourinho excuse generator to get yourself off the hook pic.twitter.com/qhC9mCJFpD

— TheODDSbible (@TheOddsBible) December 15, 2015

The more I watch this, the better it gets. #Mourinho #Leicester pic.twitter.com/N55JyipEhe

— The Local Stigmatic (@LocalStigmatic) December 15, 2015

Mourinho: LOOK directly into my eyes and tell me if u love CFC Players: 😷😷😷😷😷 pic.twitter.com/FG0PedqBdG

— Q. U. A. K. U (@BaDAsS_DriZzy) December 15, 2015

All the forces of the universe coming together, to teach Mourinho that pride goes before a fall.

— Ifreke Inyang (@Ifreke) December 15, 2015

Mourinho looking at the Premier League table this morning… pic.twitter.com/fFFcgXGhle

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) December 15, 2015

Mourinho confident of top 4 finish next season, though even top 6 will be enough to qualify for the Championship play-offs.

— David Schneider (@davidschneider) December 15, 2015

When you're weary. Feeling small. When tears are in your eyes. The words Mourinho, Carneiro and karma may dry them all.

— Paul Sinha (@paulsinha) December 15, 2015

Nah, you lot should stop being so harsh on Mourinho. How many times have you blamed those circles on FM for conspiring to get you sacked?

— Elijah (@MrScripto) December 14, 2015

Mourinho losing 2-0 and he subs Fàbregas on, that’s like trying to seal gunshot wounds with masticated gum.

— Rafael Hernández (@RafaelH117) December 14, 2015

Jose Mourinho called Claudio Ranieri a loser in 2010. Leicester are now 20 points ahead of Chelsea in the PL pic.twitter.com/RMuECNxUl9

— BreatheSport (@BreatheSport) December 15, 2015

Mourinho is finally showing some dignity and humility. Basically saying I won the league last year and it's the players fault this year

— Didi Hamann (@DietmarHamann) December 15, 2015

Waiting for Jose Mourinho to blame himself is like waiting for Taylor Swift to write a break-up song called 'Maybe I'm the Problem'.

— Paddy Power (@paddypower) December 15, 2015

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