Week in Week Out, he grabs the headlines, I’m yet to see a football club manager who revels in the spotlight as Jose Mourinho does. The Chelsea manager has taken a jab at his former player, Didier Drogba, who launched his autobiography, ‘Committment’ recently.
The Ivorian had claimed during an interview that the Chelsea dressing room was full of “big names, big players and big characters” during his time at the club.
The Blues Manager said the Montreal Impact forward’s controversial quotes is a ploy to sell his books.
“When you speak because you want to sell books, I don’t read. I don’t read. I like good interviews. I like interviews from big guys like Didier with good journalists, newspapers or television. But this is not an interview. It was to sell books.
The Portuguese said, “It doesn’t disappoint me. It was just the reality. It was just to sell books. I can analyse Didier’s interview with pleasure, but not Didier selling books.”