Should Jose Mourinho go to jail for bullying Bastian Schweinsteiger?

Jose Mourinho deserves to go to jail. At least that's what Slovenia FifPro member Dejan Stefanovic thinks.

Stefanovic, who is a lawyer and also president of the Slovenian Footballers and Sportsmen Union, claimed that the Manchester United boss should be sent to prison for "bullying" Bastian Schweinsteiger.

Schweinsteiger has been told he has no future with United, and has even been forced to train with the Under-23s since Mourinho decided he was surplus to requirements. And for Stefanovic, that's a crime worthy of jail time.

"It's clear bullying. In Slovenia, we would have indicted Mourinho and asked for the highest penalty - three years in prison ... This is clearly meant to discourage Bastian," Stefanovic said. "Mourinho is setting a bad example. I would take it to the ordinary court. In our case, the penal code is quite clear. If there is bullying and harassment, there's a prison sanction, a maximum of three years in prison."

Makes you think ... if bullying is worthy of jail time, what else can we toss Mourinho in the clink for?

Jose Mourinho turned Mikel John Obi from one of world soccer's brightest attacking talents to a lumbering water carrier who scores goals at about the same rate George R.R. Martin releases books. That deserves jail time. Probably.

Jose's been bullying Arsene Wenger for years. He even made the poor old fella try and throw hands at him on the sideline. THROW HIM IN JAIL.

Look at what Mourinho did to Eden Hazard! We're only just now seeing the little guy smile on the field again. That's definitely an offense worthy of prison time.

Don't even get me started on how Mourinho's treated beautiful free-flowing soccer over the years. He's tripped it, kicked dirt in its face, insulted its mother, and gotten his buddies to stand in front of its house and yell obscenities all night so it can't even sleep in peace. PUT THIS MAN IN JAIL.

I don't make the rules, guys. Please direct all insults at Dejan Stefanovic or your local consulate.