To whom or to what did the Portuguese refer? Speculations go crazy on the net, waiting for the report of the race director and the decision of the sports judge
As always in these cases, there are those who try to throw it into irony: “Mourinho makes the gesture of the telephone because he wanted to call Totti and De Rossi in the stands to ask him to return to the field”; “Mou wanted to call the Friedkins to get him to buy a player”; “Mourinho wanted to call a plane to escape from Rome”. Social media, in this sense, know how to be as nice as they are poisonous and, since yesterday, the fans of other teams have been joking about the gesture made by the Giallorossi coach just before being expelled in Rome – Verona. In the Giallorossi environment, however, there is little desire to joke.
Waiting for Pairetto’s report, there are various hypotheses on what Mourinho wanted to imply with that gesture: mouths sewn up by the club, mouth sewn up by Josè who did not speak at the end of the game and entrusted his thoughts to a post on Instagram where he reiterated that silence was better. And so, since last night, we try to understand what Mou meant. The most logical basis seems to come from the reasoning: someone would have called Pairetto to damage Rome. Who and why? It is not clear, assuming that Mourinho really meant this, but other explanations do not seem to exist and other hypotheses seem rather fanciful. There are those who say that the reference was to the phone calls that their father received at the time of Calciopoli, who even went so far as to think that the reference was to his brother who works in Juventus, who instead thinks that he was referring to any calls between referees for damage Rome. There are those who think that Mourinho meant: “I’ll call you later and I’ll tell you four” and who, finally, just admit: “The phone is the handcuffs of 2022, it’s a pity that the triple will not arrive”.
Twelve years later
In that case, however, Mourinho’s gesture was quite clear and direct (and cost him three days of disqualification and a 40 thousand euro fine), this time everything seems more confused. A curiosity: Mou did the handcuffs in a match between Inter and Sampdoria on February 20, 2010, exactly 12 years ago. The teams, the stadiums, the players, the fans change, but Mourinho, on the other hand, remains faithful to himself: if something does not suit him he says it or, as in the case of yesterday, he demonstrates it with gestures that go around the world. To understand what Mou really meant, at this point, all that remains is to wait for the referee’s report and the decision of the Sports Judge or the next conference of the Portuguese coach. Always if he wants to talk about it.
February 20, 2022 (change February 20, 2022 | 12:47)
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