Jose Mourinho couldn't stop smiling as scantily-clad women pranced around him on TV show



Posted Thursday, June 01, 2023 by Dailystar.co.uk

Jose Mourinho is not always known for his calm compose on the touchline, and the Special One once tried to be calm when scantily-clad women danced around him on TV - but he still let out a smile

Jose Mourinho couldn't stop smiling as scantily-clad women pranced around him on TV show
Jose Moutinho struggled to hold back his smile (Image: GETTY)

Jose Mourinho once struggled to hold back a smile when scantily-clad women danced around him on national TV.

Back in 2009, when Mourinho was at the helm of Inter Milan, he appeared on Chiambretti Night, a bizarre chat show featuring interviews, skits and gorgeous dancing girls. And as the girls appeared, Mourinho struggled not to smile as he looked at the girls.

Sat in a white chair in the middle of the studio, Mourinho does his best not to look at the women strutting about in little clothing. However, the Special One breaks character when he lets out a giggle, as one of the dancers puts her arm on his chair.

One fan joked: "Knowing that look, he probably be thinking of his next match and how not to concede against Barcelona!"

"Never let a woman distract you from the grind," a second joked. While a third added: "The guy didn’t want an expensive divorce!"

Jose Mourinho couldn't stop smiling as scantily-clad women pranced around him on TV show
Numerous scantily clad women pranced around the special one (Image: Stefania D'Alessandro/WireImage)

"He's contemplating whether to play Muntari," a fourth joked, suggesting Mourinho was too busy thinking about his team selection. And another added: "Man was probably thinking of how to lock Messi."

Fortunately for Inter fans, Mourinho survived his night on the talk show - and he went on to have the best season of his career. Mourinho led Inter to the treble: Serie A, Coppa Italia, and the Champions League.

However, after winning Europe's top competition, he packed his bags and left for Madrid. These days, Mourinho is back in Italy with AS Roma, where he can win his second European trophy in as many years Roma face Sevilla in the Europa League final at the Puskas Arena.



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