Jose Mourinho is a manager that is almost always on the spotlight of the media as the Portuguese tactician is an outspoken person that is not afraid to speak his mind and thoughts concerning anything.

His latest opinion has reached once again the headlines of websites and newspaper as Mourinho critiqued the Financial Fair Play rule of UEFA. The manager of Chelsea believes that those rules and regulations are a contradiction as it only helps out the established clubs but at the same time it also prevents younger clubs to develop and get at the same level as their rivals.

In order for Jose Mourinho to balance the books of Chelsea, he had to sell: Demba Ba, David Luiz and Romelu Lukaku and create enough funds for him to sign: Diego Costa, Cesc Fabregas and Filipe Luis.

Not all the top European clubs had to go through such a busy transfer activity during the summer just to maintain a balanced financial structure and this is the case of Manchester United as they had more freedom on spending whatever was needed in order for Louis van Gaal to sign any player he needed or wanted.

Manchester United and Louis van Gaal went all out in the summer transfer window after going deep in their pockets and signing: Angel di Maria, Daley Blind, Ander Herrera, Marcos Rojos and Radamel Falcao.

‘’I think Financial Fair Play is a contradiction. When football decided to go for Financial Fair Play it was exactly to put teams in equal conditions to compete. But what happened really with the Financial Fair Play is a big protection to the historical, old, big clubs, which have a financial structure, a commercial structure, everything in place based on historical success for years and years and years’’ Jose Mourinho said as he expressed his concern in relation to the Financial Fair Play rules which were established by UEFA.