Jose Mourinho has taken a swipe at Cristiano Ronaldo by claiming the Brazilian version is the "real" one. In a wide ranging interview with ESPN, Jose was backing up his historical coaching credentials and said:
"I was manager for the first time in the 2000 year but, before that, I was assistant in big clubs and with big managers and coaching the best players in the world so I was 30 and I was coaching Ronaldo, not this one [Cristiano], the real one, the Brazilian Ronaldo.
Mourinho and Ronaldo's relationship has been a frosty one since before the end of last season but Jose reverting to the age old "real" Ronaldo insult proves the Happy One frequents social media and football forums. One might ask though, who Jose thought was the "real" Ronaldo when Cristiano scored a bazillion goals during his tenure at Real Madrid.
Another takeaway from that Jose interview is that he describes Trapattoni as "Terrific and very clever". So there.