Jose Mourinho storms out of Tottenham press conference blaming technical difficulties after Kane denied penalty


JOSE MOURINHO stormed out of his post-match press conference blaming technical difficulties.

The Tottenham chief was set to field some questions after his side’s limp 0-0 draw at Bournemouth.

Due to coronavirus restrictions, Mourinho was due to hold the press conference over video link.

But the disgruntled boss walked out before answering a single question.

A voice is heard asking Mourinho: “Hello Jose, can you hear me?”

Oddly enough, Jose instantly replied “no” – before taking off his headphones and leaving.

Even if Mourinho had heard, it’s unlikely he’d fancy sitting down to dissect the game.

After all, Bournemouth have now played 186 times in the Premier League history.

And incredibly, the visit of Spurs was the first time EVER they’ve failed to face a shot on target…

Fans quickly aimed their frustration at the manager with Tottenham enduring a horror season – now ninth and 43 points off the top spot.

They quickly took to Twitter to get “#JoseOut” trending, with many hoping for the return of Mauricio Pochettino.

Mourinho was furious after Spurs were denied a penalty when Harry Kane looked to be clearly pushed in the back by Josh King in the fourth minute at the Vitality Stadium.

Referee Paul Tierney ignored the appeals and VAR Michael Oliver opted not to change the decision – even though the Premier League match centre later admitted a spot-kick SHOULD have been given.

Speaking to Sky Sports after full-time, livid Mourinho said “everyone in the world” knew it was a penalty.

The former Man Utd boss said: “The game had the most important moment – you know when, you know who – and I don’t want to say anything more in relation to that because everyone knows and I don’t need to say much more. Everybody knows.

“The same referee that was the VAR against Sheffield United.

“In the world, everybody knows that is a penalty. And I say everybody, I mean everybody. It’s not just my opinion, everyone in the world, everybody knows that is a penalty. And when I say everybody, I say everybody, everybody.

“I am not saying that Harry Kane scores 100 per cent of his penalties, but it is very very high. Normally at minute five we would be winning 1-0 against a team in trouble, I think the game would be completely different.


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