An Anglo-Saxon journalist was speaking about Inter's England-bound Jose Mourinho. The journalist was taken my Mourinho's stylish, reality-TV like faces as he shows his anger whenever a camera approaches.
Mourinho really does relish the cameras, but the journalist was not only hypnotized by Mourinho's charm; the mind games were the center of his speech.
Mourinho's words... What does he mean by every word? It seems that journalists are as busy in understanding Mourinho's intentions as literature students in finding the hidden content of Shakespeare's words.
Mourinho's gestures... What does he mean with his disgusted 5-year-old's look when cameras pan to catch him looking on from between the crowd while serving a ban from the stands? Or when he holds three fingers up and puts his tongue out ?
Mourinho's arrogance... If he says he is special, then we accept it. He is truly a special one.
Mourinho's comments... What does he mean to do when he points to his rivals and uses offensive words against them?
Mourinho's praise... He says his goalkeeper is the best in the world, his defenders are the best, his mid fielders are the best and his attackers are the best in the world. Does he really mean that, or are these comments part of his mind games?
And of course, did Mourinho's Inter lose against Catania on purpose in order to add to the drama in their Stamford Bridge clash against Chelsea?
Oh, he's special alright.
And guess what? The journalist thinks that Mourinho would be leaving Inter to join an English team.