José Mourinho, during a party of Premier League


The Mourinho more rácano: "we do not want to play more Premier"

Published:15/05/2017 - 17:39h

Updated:15/05/2017 - 21:14h

The trainer of the Manchester United, José Mourinho, has left very clear with his last statements in front of the media that the conjoint "network devil" no longer has aspirations in the Premier League this season 2016-17

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In statements conceded to the media in the last hours, José Mourinho has left very clear that the Manchester United is only focused in the final of UEFA Europe League 2016-17 against the Ajax of Amsterdam.

Of this way, has excusado of the last defeat suffered in White Hart Lane against the Tottenham (2-1) when ensuring that the "network devils" no longer want to play "more split of Premier League" this campaign, to the not having possibilities to access to the Champions League through the English competition of the regularity, and can do it only if they win the Europe League to the Ajax.

"In this moment the Premier League, for us, are split that we do not want to play", has explained Mourinho, adding that the put to players less usual against the Tottenham "was compulsory. I am happy with the situation of today. They have played 90 minutes those that needed to do it. I have given rest to a few footballers and have not had injuries".

The United, in the final of Europe League with luck

Marcus Rashford, Paul Pogba, Fellaini and Ander Herrera, key pieces for the Portuguese technician, did not play this past weekend against the Tottenham and will be rested of face to the final of Europe League of 24 May against the Ajax.

We remember that, to access to said final, the Manchester United deleted with a lot of luck to the Celtic of Vigo, that in Old Trafford was about to to annotate two goals that would have given the classification to the ones of Eduardo Berizzo.

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