Jose Mourinho spotted screaming ‘f*** off’ just two minutes into Roma final

Peak Jose Mourinho made an appearance just two minutes into Roma's Europa Conference League final against Feyenoord on Wednesday evening as he bid to win a fifth European trophy.

The iconic former Chelsea, Manchester United and Tottenham manager was out to write his name into the Roma history books with a win in Tirana, Albania – but lost his cool early on after entering a discussion with a rival.

Debating with a Feyenoord player early on, Mourinho was spotted saying "f*** off" on more than one occasion before angrily making his way back to his technical area as the game settled down.

Mourinho named a Roma side that included England's Chris Smalling and Tammy Abraham, with the pair looking to win their first trophies since leaving the Premier League.

The Special One was in a pensive mood before kick-off, playing off potential individual plaudits in favour of a team victory.

He said: "If I win I will become the first one to win all European trophies, but that's only if I win.

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"The 'Special One' story is an old story. It was when I was at the beginning (of my career). When you have more maturity and stability, you think more about the people and less about yourself.

"It's an old story. I don't believe in magic. When you arrive at a final after a season of work, the work is done. It's the team's moment, not the moment of an individual."

Adding: "I don’t believe in magical potions, I don’t believe in magical spells […] There’s nothing special to be done, just us to be us as a team.

"Knowing the qualities we have, knowing the limitations we have. For me, no matter how the final ends, this is a positive season for us."

Roma went into the game looking to win their first trophy since the 2008 Coppa Italia triumph, which came seven years after their most recent Serie A victories.

There were other familiar names to Premier League fans in Rui Patricio and Henrikh Mkhitaryan, but the latter left the field injured in the first-half.

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