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October 25, 2015 ( Post 1 )

Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has insisted his current relationship with the media is over after telling the press that he will no longer be supplying
"funny headlines" due to a lack of "respect".

Speaking to reporters ahead of the club’s Premier League match with West Ham United on Saturday, the Blues boss fielded questions on Eden Hazard, West Ham United and improved results before turning on the media and lambasting the coverage of non-football matters.

You are not going to get any funny headlines out of me.
I treat you the same way your bosses treat me: no respect. No respect,

Mourinho told a news conference.

I am not speaking about football. Football I will expect every type of critic, even the stupid ones.

[But] private life and stupid things that you bring
to the light…

I don’t like it, so we go to a different level of
professional relations.

The Blues boss also offered no guarantee that Hazard will feature against West Ham, despite the Portuguese praising the 24-year-old’s performance against Dynamo.

Hazard was dropped for the Blues last Premier League match, a 2-0 win over Aston Villa, but returned to the starting line-up for the 0-0 draw in Kiev, hitting the post early in the first half.

But Mourinho suggested he did not know if the Belgium winger will feature against Slaven Bilic’s side, implying that he may once again find himself on the bench.”


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