NUMBER ONE: When it came to playing tricks, Fergie was king. Photo AFP. By Paul Kennedy Jose Mourinho used to do it. Rafa Benitez tried to, but wasn’t very good at it. And Pep Guardiola is giving it a go right about now. But if the truth be known, the undisputed King of the Mindgames has to be the one and only Sir Alex Ferguson. When he was in charge at United, his off-the-cuff comments were anything but off-the-cuff. Meticulously thought out expressions dropped into interviews and press conferences with the one simple aim, to rattle the hell out of the opposition. And boy could he rattle. Kevin Keegan famously lost his rag on television after a particular back and forth with Sir Alex, and who can forget Benitez’s famous ‘fact’ rant at his United rival? Guess what? The art of mindgaming hasn’t gone away. In fact over the weekend, it got more ferocious than ever. Gary Neville led the way, claiming Liverpool have all but won the Premier League after they won and Manchester City lost over the weekend. Wayne Rooney also jumped on the bandwagon, gifting the prize to Jurgen Klopp’s team. But let’s be honest here,… Read full this story
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