Early end: Jose Mourinho storms out leaving Frank Lampard in the press conference
Fury: Jose Mourinho lashed out at those questioning his squad selection
Unhappy: Mourinho walked out of the press conference shortly after being question on De Bruyne's axing
Jose Mourinho aliyekuwa na hasira hii leo alilazimika kuukatisha mkutano wake na waandishi wa habari katika mkutano wake na wanahabari hao kuelekea katika mchezo wa Chelsea dhidi ya Steaua Bucharest.
Bosi huyo wa Chelsea hakufurahishwa na swali juu ya kumuaacha Kevin de Bruyne katika kikosi chake katika hatua ya makundi.
Having already been criticised for leaving out last season's star man Juan Mata this term, Mourinho came under question again having previously left the Belgian out the squad to face Tottenham last weekend.
But Mourinho reacted with fury when asked about De Bruyne's current squad status.
Mourinho said: 'It’s amazing because nobody asks me about Mata and now you ask about Kevin de Bruyne. You are not interested in the players who play only those who don’t.
'Only 11 can play. I try to decide by what they do on the pitch and in training. Frank Lampard beside me knows me for nine years and he knows I make mistakes but I try to be honest.
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Letting out some anger? Mourinho strikes a ball during Chelsea's training session in Bucharest
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'He’s not selected because I didn’t like the game he played at Swindon and the way he has trained.'
After a half-hearted wave, Mourinho then walked out leaving the already present Frank Lampard to see out the rest of the press conference. The incident came just three days after Mourinho had referred to Tottenham boss Andre Villas-Boas as acting like a child.
Mourinho also confirmed that Eden Hazard also did not travel with the squad for the Group stage clash.
Tried and trusted method? A member of the Bucharest ground staff tries to drain moisture from the pitch
Stamp it out: Groundstaff attempt to dry the pitch at the National Arena in Bucharest prior to Chelsea's Champions League visit
Damp squib: Ground staff at the National Arena attempt to soak up moisture from the pitch
Hazard picked up a minor ankle injury in the 1-1 draw at Tottenham last weekend, while De Bruyne has been left out of the squad following a poor performance against Swindon in the Capital One Cup last week.
Chelsea were greeted with heavy Romanian rain on arrival in Bucharest, with ground staff at the