FOOTIE boss Jose Mourinho had to be evacuated from an exotic Middle East beach after a massive sandstorm blew in. Mourinho was staying at the five star luxury Four Seasons hotel in Qatar when he and other guests were caught up in the weather drama. The former Chelsea and Man Utd manager was in the tiny Gulf state to appear as a pundit with ex-Sky sports commentator Richard Keys on his Premier League show on beIN Sports. He is thought to have been paid £60,000 for the six day stint which included first class flights to Doha and a £500 a night hotel suite. Mourinho had only been in the country 24 hours when the drama happened. A source said: ”Mr Mourinho was on the beach and lying on a sun lounger when the sky turned very dark.“He saw dark clouds out at sea and he went up to the assistant manager and asked if it was ok to be on the beach. “He told him it was fine so he went back but ten minutes later everywhere was black and the wind was throwing sand and dust everywhere really violently. “Everyone including Mr Mourinho had to be evacuated off… Read full this story
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