The butthurt Mourinho is at it again as yesterday after a goalless draw between the two London giants he slammed Arsenal once again with his controversial comments. John Obi Mikel escaped a red card for a bizarre tackle on Mikel Arteta and Willian could have conceded a penalty minutes later for chopping down Theo Walcott in the box.

However, referee Mike Dean waved ‘play on’ on both occasions, and asked if Mikel should have been sent-off or whether Arsenal deserved a penalty, Mourinho replied:

‘You know, they like to cry. That’s tradition. But I prefer to say, and I was telling it to the fourth official, that English people – Frank Lampard, for example – would never provoke a situation like that. ‘Players from other countries, especially some countries, have that in their blood.”

He added, ‘If you have a contact or the opponent was aggressive, let’s go, keep going, this is English football. Foreign players are bringing lots of good things. They come here because they are talented. But I prefer English blood in football. English blood in this situation is “Come on, let’s go”.’