Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Jose Mourinho says the Premier League is stronger than ever despite English clubs flopping in the Champions League this season.

Jose Mourinho says the
Premier League is
stronger than ever
despite English clubs
flopping in the Champions
League this season. Chelsea ended Mourinho's six-
year exile in Italy and Spain
when they reappointed him
manager for his second stint at
Stamford Bridge on Monday. But the Portuguese refused to
state that he was returning to
a poorer top-flight in England. "The Champions League is a
thermometer of world football
and English football was out of
the competition too early," he
told Chelsea TV. "People were speaking about
the level of the Premier League
going down compared with
other countries, but I don't
believe that. Sometimes things
happen when there are no reasons. "But the Premier League is still
a fantastic competition and I
believe five or six teams are
very strong. "When I was here before it was
more about us, Man United and
Arsenal and after that there
was a gap to the other teams. "Now you can put five or six
teams in the same plan, aiming
to reach the Champions League
spots which is very difficult,
with those with more ambition
aiming to win the Premier League. "The competition will be
fantastic and I hope I can beat
the other clubs."
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