Chelsea supervisor, Frank Lampard, has taken a contemporary swipe at Jose Mourinho, after their indignant touchline row this week.
Mourinho took goal at Lampard throughout their Carabao Cup conflict on Thursday.
The Tottenham Hotspur boss shouted “f****** hell Frank, whenever you’re dropping 3-Zero you’re not standing up right here,” because the pair exchanged phrases.
Each managers performed down the incident after the match and insisted their mutual respect stays in tact, with Mourinho claiming he was giving his former midfielder recommendation.
However, requested if he may take the recommendation provided by Mourinho, Lampard mentioned: “I don’t assume any remarks made on the touchline in the course of the sport may be referred to as recommendation.
“They will in all probability be wrapped up as recommendation after a sport whenever you handle to get again within the sport and win on penalties, so I don’t assume that’s the case.
“I’d all the time be comfortable to not simply take recommendation from fellow managers, however the whole lot round me whether or not or not it’s my gamers, workers, folks I respect, take heed to in soccer exterior soccer, in life.
“I feel that’s what moulds you as a supervisor so I don’t assume the Jose incident was ever recommendation. It wasn’t that.”