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Mourinho explains how Spurs can use Liverpool example

Mourinho explains how Spurs can use Liverpool example

Mourinho explains how Spurs can use Liverpool example

Mourinho explains how Spurs can use Liverpool example

Mourinho explains how Spurs can use Liverpool example

Mourinho explains how Spurs can use Liverpool example
Mourinho explains how Spurs can use Liverpool example
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Jose Mourinho is looking to Liverpool to provide his Tottenham players with an example of how you can lose and come back stronger.

Spurs lost in the Champions League final last season against Jurgen Klopp’s men and have failed to recover, making a terrible start to the Premier League season.

Liverpool on the other hand, lost the Champions League final to Real Madrid in 2018 before winning it in 2019 and pushing Manchester City close in the Premier League title race.

The Reds are now eight points clear at the top of the Premier League and Mourinho thinks they are a great example of how to bounce back from losing.

Mourinho told reporters: “I don’t know [how it feels] because I never lost a Champions League Final. But I can imagine it’s not easy. You reach one of the biggest moments that you can achieve in football.

“You are one step away from it, you cannot do it. I can imagine that is not easy but you have the example of Liverpool.

“One year they lost the Premier League by one point and they lost the Champions League by one goal and the next season, which is the current season, they are very strong in the Premier League.

“Last season they went very very strong and they won it.”

 

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Terry explains bizarre reason Salah, De Bruyne failed under Jose at Chelsea

Terry explains bizarre reason Salah, De Bruyne failed under Jose at Chelsea

Former Chelsea captain John Terry has claimed Mo Salah and Kevin De Bruyne failed at Stamford Bridge as they were “below the standard” of Damien Duff and Arjen Robben.

But Terry’s claims, are wide of the mark, as both Duff and Robben had moved on from Chelsea long before the arrival of Salah and De Bruyne at Stamford Bridge.

Salah and De Bruyne failed to make the grade at Stamford Bridge under Jose Mourinho, but have gone on to establish themselves as two of the standout stars in world football.

With Salah helping Liverpool claim their sixth European Cup back in June, while De Bruyne has been instrumental in helping his side secure back-to-back Premier League titles.

“In my generation now I see people like Salah and Kevin De Bruyne come through and not being able to match his standards at the time,” the current Aston Villa assistant manager told Dubai Eye radio.

“Now they were very talented but very young individuals as well. But Mourinho didn’t have time to put them in the team or take out a Duff or Robben because we was winning every single week and his job is on the line.

“So, like I said before if you come in and you are 10 or 20 per cent below the standard of Duff and Robben who were scoring 20 goals a season each. You are not gonna make that team, no chance.

“Fair play to them they’ve gone away elsewhere and proved they’re good enough but at that present time they wasn’t good enough for Chelsea.”

 

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Bruce talks up £55million Man Utd target: ‘He is at that level’

Bruce talks up £55million Man Utd target: ‘He is at that level’

Newcastle boss Steve Bruce says John McGinn is one of his “best ever signings” and believes the Aston Villa midfielder would not be out of place at Manchester United.

Beating Celtic to McGinn’s signature last year was arguably Bruce’s biggest lasting achievement at Villa Park and the pair will meet for the first time in the Premier League on Monday Night Football.

McGinn was a bargain at around £2million and for some time he has been linked with a switch to United, with Villa setting the asking price at £55million.

As a decorated United skipper in his own playing days, Bruce knows what it takes to succeed at Old Trafford and is confident McGinn has the calibre.

“He is that level, yeah,” Bruce said. “From what he has done in 12 months, he can only improve. He scored twice again for Scotland the other night, so that’s six in three games for them.”

Recalling the tussle to get hold of McGinn 18 months ago, Bruce added: “A club like Villa – we didn’t have £2m, but in the end we got him.

“How we got him out of Celtic I don’t know because his grandfather was the chairman. It took a couple of games of golf at the Belfry with his dad until we could muster the money together!

“I am delighted for the kid because he is a smashing lad. He has to be one of my best ever signings because he has a determination to do well.

“I wish I could find a few more like him that’s for sure.”

 

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Fantasy Premier League tips: Last-minute transfers in and out for FPL GW13

Fantasy Premier League tips: Last-minute transfers in and out for FPL GW13

Fantasy Premier League tips

Fantasy Premier League tips: Maddison and Vardy have both been signed in large numbers (Image: GETTY)

The Premier League resumes once again following the latest international break.

The FPL deadline arrives at 11.30am GMT on Saturday morning.

West Ham vs Tottenham is the early fixture, which kicks off an hour later.

The most-coveted player for GW13 is none other than Leicester star Jamie Vardy.

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The former England striker has made his way into 378,799 teams ahead of the Foxes’ trip to Brighton.

Vardy is the top scorer in the Premier League with 11 goals from the opening 12 games.

He is also the leading points scorer in FPL, making it increasingly difficult for managers to leave him out.

Next on the list is Vardy’s team-mate James Maddison.

The Leicester playmaker has linked up with 248,912 teams for GW13.

Maddison has two goals and one assist from his last three league appearances, collecting four bonus points in the process.

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Fantasy Premier League tips: Soyuncu has been brought by loads of FPL managers (Image: GETTY)

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Fantasy Premier League tips: Pukki has left even more teams this week (Image: GETTY)

Rounding off the top three is yet another star from Leicester.

Following closely behind Maddison is Foxes defender Caglar Soyuncu, who has joined 203,543 teams.

The Turkish centre-back has kept three consecutive clean sheets and scored his first goal of the season in GW11.

He has also picked up five bonus points over the last two games, making him one of FPL’s most in-form players.

As for outgoing players, the trend of getting rid of Teemu Pukki continues.

The Norwich striker has been offloaded from 231,500 teams this week, making way more than any other player for the third gameweek running.

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Fantasy Premier League tips: Sterling has been offloaded in large numbers (Image: GETTY)

A bright start to the season saw the Finn net six goals and provide two assists in his first five games.

However, he has failed to add to either of those tallies in the seven games that have followed.

Next on the list is Manchester City goalkeeper Ederson.

The Brazilian has been shifted from 224,885 teams as he remains a slight injury doubt to face Chelsea this weekend.

Also exiting teams in large numbers is Ederson’s team-mate Raheem Sterling.

Sterling has been dropped from 140,792 squads ahead of GW13.

The England forward has one goal and one assist in the last five gameweeks.

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