Tottenham Hotspur boss Jose Mourinho has finally reacted to Frank Lampard’s sack as Chelsea boss.
Mourinho managed managed Lampard during his time as Chelsea boss and has gone on to face him in the dugout on several occasions.
“You know, I don’t think Frank wants to speak to me or anybody apart from his close let’s say family and big friends,” Mourinho said when asked if he would be reaching out to Lampard.
“But of course, I’m always sad when a colleague loses his job and, of course, Frank is not just a colleague.
“He’s an important person in my career so of course I feel sorry he did. But like one of your colleagues was saying to me, it’s the brutality of football, especially the brutality of modern football.
“So when you become a manager, it’s something you have to know sooner or later is going to happen to you.”