Football fans are something else, and you’ve got to hand it to them for their creativity especially with the design mural that features 2 of football’s most influential managers, Guardiola and Mourinho.
The mural was unveiled in Barcelona, Spain highlighting the cultural history of the club in particular, as both managers were in some ways involved with the club and Spanish football at certain points in the modern era.
Th giant mural featured the current Manchester City coach, Pep Guardiola and Roma boss Jose Mourinho in a lip lock that drew wide attention.
Its unveiling was done at the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona, with the image being a twist of another iconic mural.
The original iconic mural portrayed ex-Soviet Union leader Leonid Brezhnev and his former German Democratic Republic counterpart Erich Honecker at the Berlin Wall.
The Guardiola-Mourinho mural included the message: “My God, Help Me to Survive This Deadly Love,” a message which was also written on the original Brezhnev-Honecker mural.
There accompanied another text beside the mural, which read: “Barcelona + Madrid = Primavera Sound. Diversity, Culture, Tolerance.”
Mourinho will sure have problems with the mural though, most definitely because it didn’t indulge in the tag line the ‘special one’ that the Portuguese is most known for.
Although, the manager known for his dramatic press conferences, will very much not fail to acknowledge the talent behind the art piece.
After all, the Portuguese is a well known admirer of talent.
The Primavera Sound Festival started from June 2 to June 12 running for 11 days.