WATCH VIDEO: Jose Mourinho Pokes Fun At Rivals Arsenal, Man United and City During Speech At Chelsea Player Of The Year Awards Dinner

Jose Mourinho took to the stage to deliver his speech about his rival teams in the Premier League
Jose Mourinho took to the stage to deliver his speech about his rival teams in the Premier League
Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho took one final swipe this season at rivals Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City during the club's Player of the Year awards dinner. Mourinho took to the stage at the plush Battersea Revolution venue and ripped into his critics for one last time before their Barclays Premier League title party wraps up. 

The Chelsea boss feels he has taken stick from Louis van Gaal, Arsene Wenger and Manuel Pellegrini this season but threw it back with some 'fictional' chat on Tuesday [May 26] night.

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 'My players did not get the respect they deserved from day one to the last day,' Mourinho said. 'These are words that I really feel, but now I have a fiction story and let's try to enjoy it.' With a graphic on a large screen relating to Chelsea's win over Manchester United last month, Mourinho added: 'This is a game with two goals, but there is one team that like to play without the ball.

'That team plays really well and the ball goes and goes and goes and the quality of the ball possession is good, but they don't score. No points. 'They asked the FIFA committee if they can win like this but they're told it's not possible. That the bigger possession is not essential to win matches and they are not champions.'
Mourinho continued with his speech and this graphic with 'score more goals than concede' relates to Chelsea
Mourinho continued with his speech and this graphic with 'score more goals than concede' relates to Chelsea
Jose Mourinho's speech involved graphics with 'season from January to April' focussing on Arsenal
Jose Mourinho's speech involved graphics with 'season from January to April' focussing on Arsenal
Eden Hazard (centre) was named Chelsea Players' Player of the Year and Player of the Year
Eden Hazard (centre) was named Chelsea Players' Player of the Year and Player of the Year
Hazard (centre) poses with his team-mates as he collects Chelsea's Player of the Year award
Hazard (centre) poses with his team-mates as he collects Chelsea's Player of the Year award
Hazard was an integral part of Chelsea's title winning team - and was recognised for his contribution
Hazard was an integral part of Chelsea's title winning team - and was recognised for his contribution
Chelsea's Oscar holds his award after winning Goal of the Season for his strike against QPR
Chelsea's Oscar holds his award after winning Goal of the Season for his strike against QPR
Oscar poses with his award at the awards ceremony before Mourinho delivered his speech
Oscar poses with his award at the awards ceremony before Mourinho delivered his speech
Chelsea's Kurt Zouma (left) receives his Young Player of the Year award from Didier Drogba (right)
Chelsea's Kurt Zouma (left) receives his Young Player of the Year award from Didier Drogba (right)
Mourinho, now in his element at the £240-a-ticket event, moved on to second-placed Manchester City, whose defensive record did not match Chelsea's this season. 'Then, there is another team. Only with one goal,' he said. 'And they score a lot of goals, from players in every position, and they score and they score and they score. 'But they never concede a goal because there's no goal. They speak to FIFA and they say they can't be champions because there is only one goal.' 


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