Paul Lambert and Jose Mourinho clashed angrily after last night’s Chelsea v Aston Villa match at Stamford Bridge.
The homeside won a controversial clash 2-1 with match winner Branislav Ivanovic lucky to be on the park after being seen to elbow Villa striker Christian Benteke.
In the closing minutes Villa were denied a penalty when John Terry handled the ball with Lambert diplomatically claiming that referee Kevin Friend ‘had missed two big decisions’.
After the match smug Mourinho said: “Paul has a certain type of personality and behaviour on the pitch.
“He reminds me of myself ten years ago when I was complaining about every decision when I want to coach my team and at the same time I want to have a whistle on my lip. He is the same.
“He will change. With time and experience he will change because he complains about every, every, every decision but he is a young manager. Very intelligent. He adapts his style to the quality of his players.”
Lambert responded with: “Its easy to sit here with sour grapes but I thought my team were outstanding and we didn’t deserve to lose.
“I was proud on Saturday and I was proud last night but we have been done by two big decisions that were wrong.
“I think the referee has missed two big decisions. I don’t think you can miss big decisions like that. They are big game-changers.”
After starting the season with two tough trips to London to face Arsenal and Chelsea Villa face Liverpool at home on Saturday.