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Buckingham: Tigers in familiar spot

Hull City 5 hours ago
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Jul 20, 2014

Mourinho has respect for Van Gaal

The ESPN FC panel weighs in on the Premier League odds and debates which team will win the league.

Jose Mourinho has told the Mail on Sunday he has "deep respect'' for new Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal -- but the Chelsea boss is not concerned about their impending rivalry.

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The pair worked together for three years at Barcelona but will go head-to-head this season, with Van Gaal having taken the reins at Old Trafford following a successful World Cup with Netherlands.

He has also won titles in Spain, the Netherlands and Germany with Barca, Ajax and Bayern Munich and said at his introductory news conference that he is aiming to add England to that list.

Mourinho -- whose Inter Milan side beat Van Gaal's Bayern in the 2010 Champions League final - and Chelsea will be among the main rivals standing in his way.

And the Portuguese said: "I'm not worried about him being here. I look forward to playing against United. Nothing worries me.

"I watched him at his press conference and he was pure Van Gaal -- honest and open, the way he always is.

"He is a very, very good coach, he'll be great for Manchester United. We are both great coaches. It's what we were born to do.

"Louis was the best coach in the World Cup and he is a good friend -- really, a friend for life. I have deep respect for this man.

"He is in the best period of his career. With coaching, if you deal with winning and losing in the right way, you improve. He analyses every experience. He has got better and better.''

Van Gaal begins his Premier League career against Swansea on Aug. 16, two days before Chelsea open their campaign against promoted Burnley.

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