London - After being held by Southampton on Sunday, Jose Mourinho took the opportunity to deliver another barb in the
direction of those television pundits who had criticised his side after the
Champions League exit to Paris Saint Germain.
He had previously condemned Graeme Souness, the former Liverpool
player and manager, for his comments.
Maintaining the theme, he said: "Pundits are pundits,
managers are managers. Pundits are paid to wear my suit, but I'm not paid to
wear their suit or comment on their comments.
"If, one day, I become a pundit I will wear a manager's suit
and win every game, because that's what pundits do. And then I can be critics.
I can be phenomenal like they are."