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Jose Mourinho Makes Surprise Appearance In Stormzy Music Video

Jose Mourinho Makes Surprise Appearance In Stormzy Music Video
By Nathan Molloy

The International Break is often a boring time for managers but not for Jose Mourinho. The 3-time Premier League champion made a surprise appearance in Stormzy's new music video Mel Made Me Do It today.

The current Roma manager appears halfway through the 10-minute music video when the British rapper refers to him.

They love to talk about the old days, them man are old like, Annie are you okay? I prefer not to speak like I am José.

Jose Mourinho in new Stormzy music video

"I prefer not to speak"

The track then cuts to one of the Portuguese's most famous quotes. In March 2014, his Chelsea side suffered a 2-0 defeat at Aston Villa where two of his players were sent off. Understandably frustrated with the referee's decisions, he decided to stay quiet on the matter and not get fined.

I prefer really not to, uhm, not to speak, If I speak, then I am in big trouble

Jose Mourinho enjoying life

The serial winner thanked Stormzy on Instagram today.

Was great fun doing this cameo for Stormzy's new music video out today. I had a great time and it's great to see him wearing matilde jewellery.

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The 59-year-old is currently enjoying life in Serie A. His Roma side sit 6th in the table, just 4 points off the top. With Paulo Dybala signing this summer, fans will be hoping his partnership with Tammy Abraham will continue to improve.

Other football references

Jose Mourinho was not the only reference to football the British rapper made during the song. He also referred to Chelsea striker Aubameyang saying, "For eight figures I'm Aubameyang, I go and sign the ting"

The most surprising reference, however, was that to recently sacked Bournemouth manager Scott Parker.

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I throw a party on my yacht and wear my Yacht Master. They think I just chart top, but I'm the top charter. Gaffer like I'm Scott Parker

Unsurprisingly, unlike Jose Mourinho, the Englishman does not make an appearance in the video. Hopefully "The Special One" has started a new trend and we might see more managers make appearance in music videos.

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