Why Is Jose Mourinho Still Talking about the Premier League?

Salaar Shamsi@SalaarizationSenior Writer IAugust 23, 2008

The Special One, as he is known by Chelsea supporters, took over as the new manager of Italian giants Inter Milan quite some time ago, despite Roberto Mancini bringing domestic supremacy to the club.

Mancini was forced to part ways with the two-time Italian Champions to make room for Jose Mourinho's arrival.

Mourinho has made some additions to his squad, with the likes of Roma's Amatino Mancini and Portsmouth's Sulley Muntari arriving at the San Siro.

However, I can't help but notice that Mourinho still talks a lot about the Premier League.

Earlier I was reading about Mourinho tipping Manchester United and Chelsea to battle it out for the title and then he was talking about the "revolution" at Chelsea.

Another headline I read a couple of days ago suggested Mourinho said, "I don't think Arsenal have enough experience or quality to win the league."

Yesterday, he was back and he was quoted as saying, "Liverpool have a shot."

Apparently, Mr. Mourinho is still in love with the Premier League or Chelsea. What does everybody else make of this?