Five things said by outspoken Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho, whose team play Atletico Madrid in the Champions League semi-final on Tuesday:

“You would be sad if your team gets as clearly dominated by opponents who have been built on 10% of the budget.” — After Mourinho’s Porto beat Sir Alex Ferguson’s Manchester United in the Champions League last 16 in 2004

“Please don’t call me arrogant because what I am saying is true. I’m European champion, so I’m not one out of the bottle, I think I am a special one.” — Mourinho modestly announces his arrival at Chelsea in 2004

“Barca are great rivals and we respect them. If I am hated at Barcelona, it is their problem but not mine. Fear is not a word in my football dictionary.” — Speaking about his tense relations with Barcelona after being presented as Real Madrid coach in May 2010

“I don’t want to win the Europa League. It would be a big disappointment for me. I don’t want my players to feel the Europa League is our competition.” — After Chelsea won the Europa League in 2013 under Rafael Benitez, a bitter rival

“When I face the media before or after the game, I feel it is part of the game. When I go to the press conference before the game, in my mind the game has already started. And when I go to the press conference after the game, the game has not yet finished.” — Mourinho on football mind games

Source: AFP