Following on from the Sir Alex Ferguson and Tony Soprano comparison, we continue to draw parallels between football managers and fictitious Italian mobsters this week.
Introducing a rather special coach, it's Real Madrid's Jose Mourinho alongside Soprano ally Johnny Sack, longtime underboss and latter day boss of the powerful Brooklyn-based Lupertazzi family.
Sharing ice-cool veneers which mask occasionally combustible outbursts, this duo are often fashionably attired in black, without looking like Johnny Cash.
But can you separate the Iberian from the Italian-American? This ain't the "f*****g UN".