West Bromwich Albion’s kit man has claimed he is considering sending the team out for their reverse fixture with Chelsea wearing Mickey Mouse ears.
His comments came after following a tunnel confrontation in the 2-2 on Saturday.
And kitman Pat Frost, who was in the tunnel at Stamford Bridge jokingly put forward his idea on Twitter earlier today.
The tweet read: "Gonna see if I can get 20 sets of big Mickey Mouse ears and ask the lads to wear them in the warm up when Chelsea come to us."
Frost’s post has since been deleted, with the Football Association today announcing they would take no action against either club for the incident.
Tensions boiled over between the two sides after referee Andre Marriner awarded the Blues a last-minute penalty .
Eden Hazard stepped up to convert the spot-kick, with the decision infuriating manager Steve Clarke, who saw his side robbed of a deserved victory.
, labelling the incident a "load of s***".
Mourinho and Olsson were rumoured to have been pulled apart by stewards after the game, following a number of expletives made by the Swedish defender.
It is of course not the first moment of controversy during Mourinho’s high-profile managerial career