JOSE MOURINHO claims he gets harsher punishments than fellow Premier League bosses.
His Tottenham side Liverpool in a showdown for top-four places on Thursday night.
Spurs chief Jose Mourinho says he told Liverpool counterpart Jurgen Klopp to improve his behaviour in the dugout[/caption]
Midfielder Dele Alli will again be absent for Spurs, Jose Mourinho says[/caption]
He told Kop chief Jurgen Klopp to behave better in the dugout after their 2-1 loss at Anfield in December.
Mourinho said: “I felt I had to change my behaviour, which I’m very happy with.
“When I didn’t behave I paid the price in two ways. One was to see matches on TV in the dressing room and another was big-money fines.
“But for some of the other guys, it doesn’t happen the same with them as it did with me.
“But, if the ref and fourth official are there to do that job, I just hope they do that job.”
Klopp’s champs are without a win in their last FIVE top-flight games and have not scored in their last four.
Mourinho feels that is the Prem’s appeal.
He said: “In pre-season there are countries where you know who’ll win that league.
“This is the beauty of the Premier League. Man City, they didn’t win last season and they react in a very strong way.
“Manchester United do not win for such a long time for such a big club. They reacted.
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Jurgen Klopp and Jose Mourinho go head to head again on Thursday night, with a top-four spot at stake for the winners[/caption]