Jose Mourinho: Chelsea manager dresses in hood to watch Ukraine vs Spain - was he scouting Andriy Yarmolenko?

Mourinho's attempt at keeping a low profile failed spectacularly

James Orr
Monday 12 October 2015 20:42
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The hooded Jose Mourinho watches from the stands
The hooded Jose Mourinho watches from the stands

Jose Mourinho went from "The Special One" to the "Hooded One" tonight as he was spotted in the crowd watching Ukraine play Spain in their Euro 2016 qualifier.

Mourinho had plenty of players from his Chelsea squad to watch in the game in Kiev - Spain's Cesar Azpilicueta and Cesc Fabregas started, Pedro was on the bench. He may even have been keeping an eye on reported long-term target Andriy Yarmolenko of Ukraine.

The under-pressure manager's attempt at not wanting to be noticed did not go to plan at all, and soon Twitter was awash with posts mocking Mourinho for his get-up.

He was compared to Emperor Palpatine and the character from the computer game Assassin's Creed, among others.

Mouriho's Chelsea have been in woeful form this season, the champions currently languishing in seventh place.

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