The Portuguese believes his former rivals have enjoyed an advantage he was unable to experience during his time at Old Trafford
IAN LADYMAN: On the BBC on Sunday night a Manchester City fan reflected on the Premier League champions’ win at Brighton earlier that day. When we went a goal down, I wasn’t surprised.'
The champions have retained their title through a manager persuading players to reach into areas of unexplored potential
Jose Mourinho has said he " would love to go to a club" that would give him the same kind of backing as Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp have at Manchester City and Liverpool , respectively
Manager has raised his side’s standards again, responding to Liverpool’s challenge and guiding City to a second title running
Mourinho was axed as United boss back in December following a dismal run of results and a public falling out with record signing Paul Pogba.
The Portuguese was sacked last December, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer failing to improve the side and eventually finishing sixth
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Mourinho was sacked in December after a dismal start to the latest campaign
Jose Mourinho claims a 'nice guy' manager can end up becoming a 'puppet' — in what could be construed as a swipe at his Manchester United successor Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The Portuguese has suggested the pair do not have what it takes despite outstanding playing careers
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