Here are all the people Jose Mourinho threw shade at in his Manchester United press conference


A Jose Mourinho press conference is always an event, not least because of all the people he inevitably slags off along the way.

So here (we think) is a complete list of all the people he had a little dig at during his first appearance as Manchester United manager.

Arsene Wenger

Arsene Wenger and Jose Mourinho argue on the touchline
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"There are some managers that the last time they won a title was 10 years ago. Some of them, the last time they won a title was never. The last time I won a title was one year ago, not 10 years ago or 15 years ago so if I have a lot to prove, imagine the others."

David Moyes and Louis van Gaal

Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho
(Martin Rickett/PA)

"Manchester United for many years success was just routine and in this moment the last three years are to forget. I want the players to forget. I don't want the players to think we have to do better and finish fourth. Finishing fourth is not the aim."

Pep Guardiola

Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho when in charge of Barcelona and Real Madrid respectively
(Andres Kudacki/AP)

"To speak about one manager, one club, one enemy I don't think it is right. In the Premier League it doesn't make sense at all. If you focus on one opponent, the others will be laughing so I am not going to be part of it."

Manchester City (and every other club in the country)

Pep Guardiola is presented as Manchester City boss
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"I am the manager of the biggest club in the UK. I am going to focus on our job and our club."

His critics

Jose Mourinho gets into a car
(Matt Dunham/AP)

"You know how many young players I promoted to the first team from academies? Forty-nine. Some of them are big names, they are Champions League winners in the Euros, playing for national teams. One lie repeated many times sometimes looks true but it will never be true."

Ryan Giggs

Ryan Giggs on the Manchester United bench
(Anthony Devlin/PA)

"It is not my responsibility that Ryan is not in the club. The job Ryan wanted is the job the club decided to give me."

Roy Hodgson

Roy Hodgson
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"Maybe he (Wayne Rooney) is not a striker, not a number nine any more but for me he will never be a number six, playing 50 metres from the goal."