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Jose Mourinho Cried And Moaned Throughout Last Season, Why Criticisms

Jose Mourinho Cried And Moaned Throughout Last Season, Why Criticisms

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Jose Mourinho after the UEFA Champions League game against Benfica, which United won with just a goal from Rashford's curl, made some criticism towards Chelsea, Mourinho criticised managers who "cry and cry and cry" about injuries, was perceived as a jibe sent to Chelsea and Antonio Conte, and the Italian was quick to reply those comments.

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Antonio Conte's Comments, which went with an advice to the Portuguese to mind his business with his club and stop his comments about his former club, has been backed by Charlie Nicholas, who said he was sent off balance by Mourinho's comments, when he did the same thing throughout last season.

"I accept (Antonio) Conte's response," he said to Premier League Daily.

"He (Mourinho) cried all last year and all of last season at Manchester United. He actually got it to a fine art at one stage, he always looked miserable and still looks like he's miserable.

"He likes to take on the world and play this, 'I'm the enemy,' card and he's very talented at it. But where this comes from (I don't know), I mean I hear him moan all the time.

"He signed Zlatan (Ibrahimovic) when he was injured, but he can't stop that he's injured and that's something he doesn't moan about, but why say it?"

Nicholas sees Jose Mourinho's criticism as a plot to take away from the picture the awful picture of the 0-0 draw at Anfield during the weekend, which had drawn a lot of criticism on Manchester United style of play.

"It's camouflage, its deflection, it's a spin of some kind. The thing is Manchester United are being asked questions about their style, I don't (ask questions), it's not an Alex Ferguson style this is a Mourinho style and he's brilliant at it," Nicholas added.

"If he'd taken nothing from Anfield, he'd have been absolutely slaughtered, but he got a result and a good result for them and then he wins in Benfica - they didn't play well again.

"What he's doing is saying, 'I'm not moaning about it', but I keep hearing him talking about Fellaini and Pogba.

"They spent a fortune over the summer, making the squad stronger and I think before a ball was kicked this season we all asked, 'who's got the strongest squad?' and I think we all said Manchester United."
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