Mourinho’s Stamford Bridge behaviour criticised by former Red Devil

first_img REVEALED Martial was at the double in the second-half ADVICE Top nine Premier League free transfers of the decade Oxlade-Chamberlain suffers another setback as Klopp confirms serious injury Every time Ally McCoist lost it on air in 2019, including funny XI reactions MONEY Son ban confirmed as Tottenham fail with appeal to overturn red card Ronaldo warned Lukaku how hard scoring goals in Serie A would be before Inter move Ianni goads Mourinho as he celebrates the equaliser RANKED Former Manchester United defender Paul Parker has criticised Jose Mourinho for his role in the touchline chaos during the dramatic 2-2 draw with Chelsea on Saturday.Mourinho reacted furiously to Blues assistant Marco Ianni’s goading after Ross Barkley’s late leveller and had to be held back by Stamford Bridge security. Mourinh reacted furiously “We all know that football has a funny way of throwing egg back in your face, there’s always another game.“When people react and people goad in the way that Chelsea coach did, just remember he’s got to go to Old Trafford yet.”A point at Stamford Bridge further eased the pressure on Mourinho, although he was just seconds away from a second consecutive comeback win.Two second-half goals from Anthony Martial cancelled out Antonio Rudiger’s header, before Barkley slammed home in the sixth minute of stoppage time to rescue Chelsea’s unbeaten start to the season.On Mourinho’s future at the club, Parker doubts his controversial personality will ever change, but argues that could prove irrelevant if the results continue to improve. “You’re asking someone to change their whole manner, their whole persona and completely transform themselves into something different off the pitch,” Parker added.“Will it happen? I think the chances of that are pretty slim.“At the end of the day, if Man United go out and beat Juventus [on Tuesday], as long as the results are right people will look at the results before anything else.”And Parker, who made 146 appearances for the Red Devils, believes United must get going from the start in order to keep the results coming.“They seem to have to get themselves behind to actually react to anything, they don’t seem to be grafting games from the start,” he said.center_img Forbes list reveals how much Mayweather, Ronaldo and Messi earned this decade Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri and Ianni have since accepted responsibility for the drama and apologised to the Red Devils manager, however Parker believes Mourinho will also regret his behaviour.“He shouldn’t have reacted like that,” Parker told talkSPORT.“When you look on the Chelsea part of it, he [Ianni] did it on two occasions – it was completely ridiculous, embarrassing and Chelsea should deal with him internally. But I don’t think Jose’s reaction is what you would want.“Jose should’ve known better than to react in that way because all he did was give everyone what they wanted, and that’s the way it worked out. There must be a little bit of regret on his part that he reacted in that manner. Where Ancelotti ranks with every Premier League boss for trophies won BEST OF no dice LATEST FOOTBALL NEWS 3 3 huge blow REVEALED 3 Which teams do the best on Boxing Day in the Premier League era? “Once they got over that and got themselves back into the changing room at half time, they came out in the second-half and they looked a completely different side.“They’ve got so many good players going forward, why should these players concern themselves with the negative side of the game?“If things are going to stay as they are with Mourinho in charge, we’re going to have to see performances like we saw for 45 minutes yesterday on a regular basis.“We have to see Man United be a side that becomes fearful again.”last_img