Birthday boy Mourihno has a new haircut, then goes Savage on bald Guardiola

Manchester United manager Jose Mourihno showed off a new super-short haircut in his club’s press conference on Wednesday January 25, 2017.

Speaking to the media ahead of United’s crucial EFL Cup semi-final showdown with Hull, the Special One showed off the shaved new look, before claiming: “It’s a privilege.”

"It is a privilege because I’m the type of guy that can do it and in one month have a new head. It’s a privilege that I can do it."

said Mourihno, who turns 54 today

This is by no means the first time the Special One has joked about a new style.

Back in 2013, the United boss claimed he cut his hair himself… as he was ‘ready for war’.

While Mourinho was clearly poking fun at some of the follicly challenged members of the press pack, United fans were quick to interpret it as a dig at his long-term foe and famously bald rival Pep Guardiola. Surely even the Special One wouldn’t stoop that low.

The two managers have had feuds of their own , recently Mourinho  claimed then  Bayern Munich boss Pep Guardiola is bald because he doesn’t enjoy football.

The pair allegedly clashed during last week’s manager’s meeting at UEFA’s headquarters over the length of grass on pitches.

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Jose versus Pep is a thrilling sibling rivalry entwined for the past eight seasons around Europe’s grandest clubs.

 

 

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