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5 Footballers Mourinho has fallen out with

Harsh Biyani
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Pogba is the latest player to join the list

Jose Mourinho and Paul Pogba's fallout is not something which should surprise everyone. Despite having the best of the relationships in the very 1st season, where Pogba was a regular starter for the club, the two of them have fallen out with each other since then.

There has been no sign of improvement between the two with Mourinho also telling Pogba that "Have a look at the sign on my door on the way out, it says I'm the coach," Mourinho told Pogba. "I'm the boss." If things don't improve the French international could soon leave the Theatre of Dreams.

This is not the 1st time that the Portuguese has fallen out with his players. There have been numerous occasions in the past. Mourinho has had a bad history in this regard. Let us look at some of the other players that fall into this category.

#1 Iker Casillas

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Mourinho was fueled by anger after Casillas called Xavi

Mourinho's final year in charge at Real Madrid saw a series of bust-ups. Jose had previously claimed that Casillas was the best keeper in the world. But later on, he criticised the player and dropped him for Diego Lopez.

This clearly hurt the players in the dressing room including Cristiano Ronaldo, Sergio Ramos, and Pepe who also had a bust-up with Mourinho.

Spanish journalist, Diego Torres mentioned in his biography named 'The Special One' as to how the Portuguese saw Casillas as a 'grass, a mole, a traitor and an egoist.' This happened after a heated El Clasico match when the keeper called Xavi and discussed as to how he disagreed with his tactics.

However, Casillas stayed at Madrid for 2 more seasons before joining Porto in 2015.

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