Jose Mourinho is at it again. This time the Chelsea manager threatened to walk out of a post match media conference just because the press had the 'audacity' to ask him of his thought on the scuffle involving defender Branislav Ivanovic in Chelsea's 1-0 win over Everton.
The self styled 'Special One' refused to give his view when questioned in the post-match press conference immediately after the match.
In a perfect description, there was a moment, less than a minute into Mourinho's appearance after victory, when the threat was real and the mood was menacing.
'One more question I leave, so I'm more concerned with my reaction, so one more question and I will have to go,' claimed Chelsea's manager.
For those who didn't see the match (especially Nigerians who didn't have the opportunity to see it on cable TV), Mourinho had just been asked about the moment in the 88th minute when Gareth Barry's dopey challenge on Willian caused an almighty rumpus in front of the two technical areas.
As expected, Mourinho jumped out of his seat, followed wearily and predictably by the concertinaed figures of coaches Rui Faria, Steve Holland, Christophe Lollichom and Silvino Louro.
Ramires was waving an imaginary card at referee Jonathan Moss, for which he was booked, and Chelsea's bench were demanding the return of capital punishment down there. For a minute, it looked like hell was let loosed as players of both sides almost went into blows.
The resulting free-kick led to the decisive goal and Branislav Ivanovic was involved. His header was punched out unconvincingly by Tim Howard to Willian, who struck the winner.
And when asked asked about the apparent headbutt, the Portuguese coach threatened to walk out.
Mourinho had earlier cut short an interview with BBC because he was asked same question saying:'Sorry. See you tomorrow.'
For the FA, the focus on will be on the Serb, who was accused on social media of biting Everton substitute James McCarthy.
The Wembley - based football governing body will Ivanovic charge for violent conduct after shoving his head into the side of McCarthy's left ear before Chelsea's captain John Terry and Didier Drogba could eventually drag the him away.
Everton manager, who lost Gareth Barry to a late red card, was highly critical of Ivanovic and felt he should have being dismissed from the match.
'Ivanovic's behaviour is wrong.
'He grabs James McCarthy around his neck in a very forceful manner, then he puts his head against him when James McCarthy never reacted one single bit.
'If you want to be on top of the laws that's a red card.'