Jose Mourinho posts hilarious snaps from Roma bus as banned boss watches win over Inter on TV in the San Siro car park
JOSE MOURINHO is the gift that keeps on giving.
The Portuguese gaffer has documented his day watching Roma play against Inter Milan from the team team BUS outside the San Siro.
Mourinho was sent off for storming onto the pitch in the 1-0 defeat to Atalanta last time out, meaning he had to serve a touchline ban for today’s game.
So instead the former Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham boss put his feet up and watched the action unfold from the team bus.
And in true Mourinho style the 59-year-old kept fans updated on Roma’s 2-1 comeback win with a selection of hilarious posts.
Federico Dimarco put the home side ahead, but goals from Paulo Dybala and ex-Manchester United man Chris Smalling have Mourinho and Co a valuable three points.
The manager uploaded a video of himself exhaling in frustration at having to watch on from the bus.
Clearly being trapped on the coach was too much for him, as Mourinho hilariously said in a later video: “I’m going to die here.”
At one point he ventured outside to show fans his surroundings – load of kit laid out on the side of the road next to the bus.
Despite being unable to bark instructions from the side of the pitch, he made sure to show his appreciation for his team.
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Mourinho said in Italian while watching on: “Well done guys, great football.”
The Roma boss finished off his day in the life video with a post of himself celebrating madly alongside what seems to be the bus drivers.
Although it appears as though the Roma gaffer did manage to sneak his way into the dressing room to join in the celebrations.
Roma goal scorer Dybala posted a picture to Instagram from inside the away changing room after the game – with Mourinho cheekily featuring in the snap.
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