T-shirts showing Jose Mourinho at the wheel of a bus with a ‘he parks where he wants’ slogan underneath were sold ahead of Chelsea’s Premier League title win.
The cheeky jersey – which could be bought outside Stamford Bridge – is a nod to the criticisms Mourinho and his side have faced this season about their style of play.
Funnily enough, it took another 1-0 win for the Blues against Crystal Palace Sunday – their third in five games – to clinch the Premier League for the first time since 2010.
Recently-crowned PFA Player of the Year Eden Hazard was the man who got the job done for Chelsea as he headed home the rebound of his missed first-half penalty.
Despite accusations of playing boring football, Chelsea have scored the second-most goals in the league this season, have conceded the least and have won more games than anyone else.