Pep refuses to judge Jose over comments

Pep refuses to judge Jose over comments

José Mourinho has this afternoon delivered yet another odd press conference in which he took swipes at Tottenham and Liverpool, while also labelling himself as "one of the greatest managers in the world". I had great success last season that's what you probably don't want to admit. It's not because we lost six points that this is going to change.

"If it can happen there, and he's won the league, why can't it happen at Man United where he hasn't?"

"It's a personal thing between him and the national manager".

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Mourinho received an unlikely ally yesterday when Pep Guardiola, the Manchester City manager and a long-standing adversary, said the Portuguese's record deserved respect.

"We are the last team in England to win a European competition".

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"Only the players know exactly who we are and normally even with the players we are judged, if they play we are good, if he doesn't play the manager is not good. I knew this was going to be hard because I knew that last season was going to be very, very hard". That's what Jose Mourinho does - especially in the fact it was Ander Herrera at the back who has played there before and is more comfortably as a defensive pivot in the middle of a back three. "I knew that because finishing second last season was hard".

"A cup final they had a big dream to go to, a title they had a big dream to win, because they don't win many". "I'm the only manager to win in Italy, Spain and England".

"So, in that night at Wembley, the United fans were singing "The Special One' and they were not singing that".

While delivering a somewhat memorable press conference after the game, he noted how supporters responded to United's performance by applauding them off the pitch, reminding reporters in the room that fans are always the best judge of a how a team has played.

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