• Full exchange between Jose Mourinho and Eva Carneiro revealed
  • Chelsea manager vented anger at medical team during Swansea draw
  • The medics ran to Eden Hazard’s attention during closing stages
  • Mourinho can be seen shouting and gesticulating on the touchline 

Elliott Bretland for MailOnline

This is the full exchange between Jose Mourinho and Eva Carneiro after the Chelsea boss lost his cool with his medical team as they raced onto the field to tend to Eden Hazard.

In the footage released by Sky Sports, Mourinho was clearly incensed as the club team-doctor and head physio Jon Fearn ran onto the pitch during Saturday’s 2-2 draw.

Deciphered by a lip reader working for Sportsmail, Mourinho was seen shouting: ‘Hey! HEY! Get off the pitch now. F*****g hell.’

Chelsea team doctor Eva Carneiro races onto the field to tend to Blues playmaker Eden Hazard 

Chelsea team doctor Eva Carneiro races onto the field to tend to Blues playmaker Eden Hazard 

Mourinho was clearly incensed and could be seen shouting: 

Mourinho was clearly incensed and could be seen shouting: ‘Hey! HEY! Get off the pitch now. F*****g hell.’

Mourinho looks on after the Chelsea team doctor and head physio raced onto the Stamford Bridge pitch

Mourinho looks on after the Chelsea team doctor and head physio raced onto the Stamford Bridge pitch

The Chelsea manager continued to shout at Carneiro as she returned to the dugout in stoppage time

The Chelsea manager continued to shout at Carneiro as she returned to the dugout in stoppage time

Mourinho stomped on the touchline and launched into a tirade as Hazard’s treatment meant Chelsea were briefly reduced to nine men following the sending off of goalkeeper Thibaut Courtois. 

Clearly irked as his side hung on for a point, the Chelsea manager paced up and down the line before again shouting and pointing. 

The Portuguese then continued to shout at Carneiro as she returned to the touchline having tended to Hazard in stoppage time.

Mourinho and Carneiro appeared to argue on the touchline with Mourinho clearly incensed at his medical team

Mourinho and Carneiro appeared to argue on the touchline with Mourinho clearly incensed at his medical team

Carneiro appears to talk back to the Portuguese boss as Mourinho makes his point 

Carneiro appears to talk back to the Portuguese boss as Mourinho makes his point 

The 41-year-old team doctor appeared to talk back to Mourinho on the walk back to the sub’s bench as Mourinho looked on. 

The Chelsea boss looked bemused at the pair’s action and continued to gesticulate as Fearn made his way back to the dugout.

Fearn did not appear to speak back to Mourinho as the former Real Madrid boss gave his head physio a steely stare after further questions. 

Mourinho looks on as Chelsea managed to hang on and draw 2-2 with Swansea at Stamford Bridge

Mourinho looks on as Chelsea managed to hang on and draw 2-2 with Swansea at Stamford Bridge

Mourinho walks past Swansea manager Garry Monk to give a steely glare to head physio Jon Fearn 

Mourinho walks past Swansea manager Garry Monk to give a steely glare to head physio Jon Fearn 

Referee Michael Oliver points at Hazard as the Belgium international stays grounded against Swansea

Referee Michael Oliver points at Hazard as the Belgium international stays grounded against Swansea

Mourinho claims he knew star playmaker Eden Hazard did not require treatment as he was just tired 

Mourinho claims he knew star playmaker Eden Hazard did not require treatment as he was just tired 

Carneiro’s role as first-team doctor has been downgraded since the incident and she will no longer attend training sessions, games or enter the team hotel. 

There are concerns at Chelsea that she is seeking both a public apology and legal advice with a view to possibly suing.

Since the incident, Chelsea fans rushed to send her messages of support. On Monday she posted on Facebook: ‘I would like to thank the general public for their overwhelming support. Really very much appreciated.’

Carneiro made one of her first posts on Facebook, having previously been almost silent across social media

Carneiro made one of her first posts on Facebook, having previously been almost silent across social media

Former Chelsea doctor Ralph Rogers labelled Caneiro a ‘cheerleader’ and ‘extremely naive’ following her public fallout with Mourinho.

Rogers questioned whether Carneiro felt she was bigger than Mourinho when taking to Facebook and thanking fans for their support and also called her a ‘celebrity doctor’.

‘You’re not supposed to take centre stage if you are a physician to a team. You have to understand your dynamic in the club. You are not a player,’ Rogers told MailOnline Sport.

Caneiro will keep her job title but will not be allowed at training sessions, matches or the Chelsea team hotel 

Caneiro will keep her job title but will not be allowed at training sessions, matches or the Chelsea team hotel 

‘Her putting that “thanks for the support” on Facebook was extremely naive. That would upset anyone. What was she trying to achieve there? Are you bigger than the manager? You’re never going to win, nor should you.

‘You’re the backroom staff, you’re there to do a job. You’re not there as a cheerleader. You can play to it or you can play it down. It seems like she played to it.

‘You’re not supposed to be a celebrity. You can’t be a celebrity doctor, come on. Let’s get real.’

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