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Jose Mourinho Turns Down Hopes Of Second Season Premier League Trophy

Jose Mourinho Turns Down Hopes Of Second Season Premier League Trophy
16/9/2017

Jose Mourinho has an impressive record of winning domestic leagues in the second year of his time in all of his previous clubs, which include Porto, Chelsea (twice), Inter Milan and Real Madrid.

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The Manchester United Boss today has turned down expectations of that reoccurring at Manchester united despite having having a team capable of challenging for the title.

"I just think that the second season is a good season for evolution in relation to the first season because in the first year you arrive and sometimes, like in my case, I was not even able to organise a pre-season because it had already been organised. I couldn't have one single finger of influence on it.

"When I arrived in the first season there was already investments made in buying players, changing the squad, selling players, that you probably would have done in a different way. For sure I would have kept some of the players that were sold, for sure I would not buy some of the players that were bought.

"In the second season, you have your influence at that level. You have better conditions to work and get those results. 
But you are playing against other teams whose managers are in the third or second or fourth or fifth seasons. So second may not be a big advantage."

Manchester United has had a good start to the Premier League And Champions League competitions and presently leads the Premier league table on goal differences, which has attracted praise from the Old Trafford Boss who insists that his team is much different from the last.

"At the team level I am happy," he said.
"I think after one year we are a different team. Not just because we are playing in the Champions League, which is the competition for Manchester United, but because in the Premier League we managed a good start which put us initially in the top positions in the table.

"The way we play, the way we think football, the way the fans think, the empathy between the fans and the team, the confidence levels of the players, the footballing level I am happy with what we've done so far."
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