Jose Mourinho "wanted to kill" assistant first-team coach Silvino Louro for giving away the Man City score as Chelsea approached Wembley for the League Cup final on Sunday.
The Blues boss had hoped to keep Man City's Premier League result a secret from his players one way or another in order to prevent any distractions prior to the Wembley showpiece against Spurs.
Speaking to the media after Chelsea's 2-0 victory, Mourinho said:
I told them (the players) I didn't want any kind of manifestation or disappointment if City scored in the last minute, or Liverpool won. I wanted complete silence.
We were successful on that. But one member of my staff jumped up in the bus. Silvino (Louro, an assistant first-team coach). I wanted to kill the guy. He broke the rule.
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Jose Mourinho has been fined £25,000 and warned over his future conduct by the Football Association for claiming there was a "clear campaign" against Chelsea.
Mourinho's complaints came following the draw at Southampton on December 28th, and were found to have brought the game into disrepute.
An independent regulatory commission also ruled that the comments did not necessarily imply officials were biased against Chelsea.
Jose Mourinho has urged Chelsea fans to stop giving Steven Gerrard a hard time over his costly slip at Anfield last season.
Liverpool's captain fell over with the ball at his feet when Chelsea visited Anfield in a crucial Premier League clash in April 2014.
The Blues broke away and took the lead, eventually winning the fixture 2-0 and effectively ending Liverpool and Gerrard's hopes of collecting his first ever league title.
Chelsea fans will travel to Liverpool in their thousands for Tuesday's meeting, but Mourinho wants them to scrap any chants directed at Gerrard.
Gerrard is an historical player for Liverpool, an historical player for the Premier League, an opponent I always admired and respect. Our fans have a song (about him) that I don’t like, I don’t like it at all.
Maybe a couple of times it’s good fun, but to go on and go on, especially when a player like him deserves respect, I don’t think we need that. We have so many other songs that we don’t need that one.
I love those quotes when Gerrard was saying that, in this life, he would never score against Liverpool. I understand why he was almost, almost, almost coming to Chelsea, and he didn’t. I respect that a lot.
The decision (to stay at Liverpool) for me was proven right because he will always be a Red for ever.
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City bought Wilfried Bony from Swansea this week for a fee which could rise to £30m, and Mourinho congratulated them on landing the striker before making one of his typically subtle and conspiracy-led remarks.
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Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho will not face the press on Friday after being charged with misconduct by the Football Association.
Mourinho was due to face the media to preview the home Barclays Premier League clash with Newcastle but the Blues announced that assistant Steve Holland would take his place shortly after the Portuguese was charged for comments made about match officials following last month's clash with Southampton.
Mourinho claimed there was a "clear campaign" against the club following the 1-1 draw, alleging the campaign was being orchestrated by "people, pundits, commentators and coaches from other teams" and branding the booking of Cesc Fabregas for diving at St Mary's on December 28 a "scandal".
"It is alleged his remarks constitute improper conduct in that they allege and/or imply bias on the part of a referee or referees and/or bring the game into disrepute," a statement issued by the FA read.
Mourinho, who does not view officials as part of the campaign but fears they may have been influenced by it, has until 6pm on January 13 to respond to the charge.
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho has blasted Fifa's Team of the Year awards saying that they are not good for football.
Two of Chelsea's players, Eden Hazard and Cesc Fabregas, have been shortlisted for this year's Fifa award.
But Mourinho, when asked of the duo's nomination in today's press conference said: "When I see these trophies, I think they are not good for football. I don't care about it."
"Sometimes it seems we are looking for stars, people who are more important than other people and that is not the culture in this club."