Manchester manager Jose Mourinho has once again thrown a jibe at Tottenham and Liverpool manager for their lack of trophy since they joined the two Premier League giants in 2014 and 2015 respectively.
According to the Portuguese manager, he’s is one of the best managers in the world as result of the immediate impact he had on the Red Devils in his first season with the club.
Mourinho joined the Theater of Dreams from Chelsea in 2016 and he helped the club to two trophies for the first time since Alex Ferguson’s retirement.
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In his Burnley’s pre-match conference, the under-fire manager said that he manages one of the greatest clubs in the world and he’s one of the greatest managers in the game’s history.
When asked about his reaction to his team’s defeat to Tottenham, the manager failed to criticised his players for the result but admitted that they need to move on and focus on their next match.
The manager, however, reacted to Tottenham fans’ “You’re not special anymore” chant during the game, Mourinho said he was surprised hearing the chant from the North London club’s supporters — who couldn’t make any noise last season.
According to Mourinho in his reaction to the chant, Tottenham fans have waited more than four years for any trophy, yet they haven’t gotten any.
The manager will face a huge test against Burnley and they must beat the Molineux outfits to remain in contention for the Premier League title this season.
“I am the manager of one of the greatest clubs in the world but I am also one of the greatest managers in the world,” Mourinho said.