Jose Mourinho is forced to eat his dinner on the steps outside Cagliari's stadium


Jose Mourinho is forced to eat his dinner on the steps outside Cagliari’s stadium as he makes fun of not being allowed in the dressing room with ‘game over, three points, nice food’ post after Roma boss was sent off

  • Jose Mourinho was forced to eat his dinner on the floor outside the stadium
  • He was seen outside eating after being sent off during Roma’s draw with Napoli
  • Mourinho was shown two yellow cards for dissent but was applauded by fans 


Jose Mourinho was forced to eat his dinner on the floor outside the stadium after being sent off for dissent during Roma’s 0-0 draw with Napoli on Sunday evening. 

The former Tottenham boss was awarded a yellow card in the first half of their Serie A game before receiving a second yellow and subsequent red in the second. 

The Roma manager – who was was given his marching orders by referee Davide Massa – left the pitch signaling a sarcastic thumbs up to the match officials. 

Jose Mourinho was forced to eat his dinner on the floor outside the stadium after Roma's game

Jose Mourinho was forced to eat his dinner on the floor outside the stadium after Roma’s game

Mourinho did, however, receive a standing ovation from the Roma fans – who loved the Portuguese manager’s passion for the club. 

Shortly after the game, Mourinho took to Instagram to share a image of himself eating on the pavement outside Cagliari’s stadium after being banned from the dressing room.

The Portuguese boss was seen wearing the same clothes he sported during the game. He was also pictured eating food from a silver container, with a can of Coca-Cola beside him.  

Mourinho was seen outside eating after being sent off during Roma's 0-0 draw with Napoli

Mourinho was seen outside eating after being sent off during Roma’s 0-0 draw with Napoli 

Mourinho was shown two yellow cards for dissent and was subsequently sent to the stands

Mourinho was shown two yellow cards for dissent and was subsequently sent to the stands

The Roma boss shared the photo on Instagram with the accompanying caption: ‘Game over… 3 points… Nice food (can’t go to dressing room) and one more kid Ohene Afena Gyan Felix’. 

Fans couldn’t help but laugh at Mourinho’s Instagram post as he didn’t appear too concerned with the fact he had been sent off. 

Mourinho’s blasé approach to his red card was further emphasised by his actions immediately he was escorted off the pitch.     

The former Chelsea tactician – who went on to serve a one match ban when Roma travelled to Cagliari on Wednesday – tried to coach his side from the stands.  

The former Manchester united manager climbed on to a ledge to get a view of the action

The former Manchester united manager climbed on to a ledge to get a view of the action 

The Portuguese boss continued to shout instructions over to the Roma players off the sidelines

The Portuguese boss continued to shout instructions over to the Roma players off the sidelines

Mourinho could be seen climbing on to a ledge to see over the barriers behind the dugout at the Stadio Olimpico, gesturing wildly and shouting instructions over to the Roma players. 

The former Manchester United manager posted the clip to his Instagram, joking he was ‘desperate to see a great football game’.

He went on to add: ‘When you have no ticket and you desperately want to watch a great football game.’ 

Nevertheless, Mourinho’s men managed to scrape a point from the crunch game, halting league leaders Napoli’s perfect start to the season. 

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