Ryanair savagely troll Tottenham on social media as the club’s former manager Jose Mourinho finds a new club in Serie A side Roma.
The Irish airline have taken to their Twitter account to mock Mourinho and Spurs following Tuesday’s surprise news, just days after the Portuguese boss joined talkSPORT and The Sun.
The coach was sacked by the North London club just over two weeks ago and following plenty of speculation over his future, he will be back in football for the 2021/22 campaign, when his new job gets underway.
Mourinho spent 17 months in charge at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium and failed to win a trophy in that time – something that has been picked up on by Ryanair.
The airline tweeted: “Jose will be happy to know that we currently fly London to Rome from only £14.99.
“Due to his lack of trophies at Spurs, we expect a carry-on bag will suffice for this trip.”
It comes three weeks after Dulux brutally trolls Tottenham just minutes after sealing a deal with them, and their fanbase aren’t pleased.
The Premier League club took to Twitter to proudly reveal that the British paint company has become their official supplier, only for Dulux’s official Twitter account to make fun of their lack of trophies.
In a deleted tweet, Dulux responded to a fan’s joke about storing paint cans in the club’s trophy room because Spurs ‘don’t seem to put anything else in there’.
Soon after mocking their new commercial partners, Dulux quickly deleted the offending tweets, seeing their relationship with Spurs get off to the worst possible start.
Another fan joined in by suggesting to ‘paint the dusty trophy cabinet’, which Dulux once again replied to by saying: ‘Don’t be silly, surfaces should be dust free before painting.’
One user began to get in on the joke with another saying if the Dulux’s iconic Old English Sheepdog mascot could play at centre back, which Dulux replied: ‘He might do a better job [than some of the defenders].’
Tottenahm didn’t feel too disheartened by this, after all, they went and signed Matt Doherty who ended up deleting his old tweets on how he ‘loved Arsenal forever’. Easily forgiven though fans never forget and will continue to rip into them.
It could have been a different story for Mourinho though as he had the chance to win a trophy with Tottenham, but was sacked a week before their Carabao Cup final with Manchester City.
Ryan Mason instead took charge of Tottenham, who were then beaten 1-0 by now-Champions League finalists Man City after a late Aymeric Laporte goal.
Spurs are still on the lookout for a new manager, with a host of names being linked with the job.
The club are hopeful of announcing a permanent replacement for Mourinho before the season reaches its end, football.london understands.
Spurs are yet to offer the job to anyone, but have identified a couple of possible options to take over in time for next season.
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Fans reacted after seeing Ryanair savagely troll Tottenham on social media as Mourinho finds a new club…
@vaci_official: Ryanair admin got jokes today! haha
@davedillonphoto: @cdillon12 brutal but hilarious
@piotrklimowicz: Haha, always room for jokes, but it took them a whole year to refund me for a cancelled pandemic flight. Funny airline. Still gonna use tho as it’s bare cheap
@diogocanastro7: Ryanair chose violence.
@BeardedDave86: Cheap dig from the world’s worst airline. Should maybe concentrate on treating your staff properly and refund all the unhappy customers.
@bestcanton7: Ryanair trolling Jose 😮😂
@FCP26_: They may not have the best service, but this was a major W
@Flyforawhile: Ryanair did Jose dirty 😭💀
@lukethfc24: Knowing Ryanair he’d land in Turin and have to get a bus service to Rome
@RyanBrown12345: Surprised you haven’t tried charging people to read this tweet, you charge for everything else
@Boavida_LX: @Ryanair is proud to be the cheapest ride in town but will never aspire to be the best. @josemourinhotv will be amused by the tweet while flying in his private jet on his way to a sprawling apartment overlooking Rome while @Ryanair passagers pay for their bags of peanuts.
@Balbatov9: Then you’ll cancel flights to certain destinations where seats were booked for peanuts like shit houses, whilst leaving others to the same destination and hiking the price as demand increases. Wankers!!!
Jose Mourinho waiting for the Ryanair admin in the airport parking lot pic.twitter.com/eTwlaZDcCM
— FutbolHUBRelations (@FutbolHUBUSA) May 5, 2021
— François Rothureau (@FrancoisR_uk) May 4, 2021