Chelsea manager, Jose Mourinho, has told journalists to use the search engine Google instead to asking stupid questions.
The Blues will open their Champions League campaign against Maccabi Tel Aviv on Wednesday as Mourinho seeks to revive his side after their worst start to a season in 29 years.
At the pre-match conference, the Portuguese bat away at suggestions that on past form his third season was when everything generally went wrong.
But the manager grew frustrated with the line of questioning and pointed to success in previous stints in London and Madrid.
“My third season in Porto? I didn’t have a third season. In Inter, I didn’t have a third season. My third season at Chelsea the first time, I won the FA Cup and the Carling Cup, and I played the Champions League semi-finals,” he said.
“The third season in Real Madrid I won the Super Cup, lost the cup final, and I went to the Champions League semi-finals. These are my third seasons. So click Google instead of asking stupid questions. You spoke about the third season, and I’m telling you the question is stupid. I know the point is that the question is stupid.
“Asking about building dynasties is a different question. I haven’t done that before. This will be the first time I’m trying to do that, so I don’t have previous experience from the past.”
Chelsea have won only a game this season and languish just above the relegation zone in the Barclays Premier League. The champions are already 11 points from Manchester City at the top.