Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has hit out at Pep Guardiola, saying his hair loss is a sign he doesn’t enjoy football.
Mourinho and Guardiola clashed several times when both were heading up Real Madrid and Barcelona, and it seems their old feud is still continuing.
According to the Express, both managers clashed at last week’s UEFA coaches summit over the length of grass on a football pitch.
Guardiola claimed grass should not be longer than 1.5cm (currently 3cm) and be watered before every match.
To this, Mourinho countered: “Everyone has his style of play, which should be respected. Football can be spectacular in several ways.”
And Guardiola reportedly responded: “The beauty of football depends on the coach. It seems to me that Mourinho prefers the result to the spectacle. I know to him that’s all that matters.”
The spat ended there but was now reignited by Mourinho on Wednesday when he told German publication Bild that Guardiola’s bald head is an indication that he doesn’t enjoy football.
“If you enjoy what you’re doing, you don’t lose your hair. He’s got a bald head. Guardiola doesn’t enjoy football,” he said.