Jose Mourinho has a reputation as an abrasive manager in recent years with several players falling out with him.
Now coaching in Italy with AS Roma, the Portuguese coach's previous three jobs all came with top Premier League teams.
And during all three of those stints, reports emerged that The Special One had a number of broken relationships.
At Chelsea, his downfall was sparked by problems that saw the Blues eventually finish 10th, with the likes of Eden Hazard and Diego Costa said to be tested by his methods.
While at Manchester United, Mourinho's relationship with Paul Pogba was well-documented and at Tottenham, those issues became apparent again with Tanguy Ndombele.
Former Rangers and Celtic striker Kenny Miller, currently working towards earning his coaching badges, was given the chance to pick Mourinho's brains during a Q&A session.
The Scotsman was keen to find out how the 58-year-old dealt with his problematic relationships.
Speaking exclusively to Ladbrokes, Miller said: “Jose Mourinho was one of the standout names who came on to speak with us.
“I was actually buzzing off the back of that one because we all submitted questions beforehand and mine got picked so I got to speak to him.
“I asked him what kind of problems he felt have arisen in modern day football which perhaps weren't an issue when he first started out in coaching.
"He gave an answer that everyone probably already knew, which was dealing with people and figuring out how to get the best out of people.
“He said there are always certain players that you don't get on with and who don't get on with you, but you still need to work with them and get the best out of them. It was a brilliant insight into the mind of a top, top manager.
“I had to jump in with another question because I just wanted to hear more from him.
“He's got such an incredible mind; he's the kind of person you could sit and speak all night with. It was a real pleasure to talk to him.”
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