Ponies, potato salad and Portuguese cheese – Best quotes from the Premier League season

Coivd-19, European Super League, crazy results – a lot has happened during this unprecedented Premier League campaign.

With so much to talk about, Planet Sport takes a look at the best quotes from Premier League players and managers.

"That was history - but obviously the wrong type." - Lessons learnt as Jurgen Klopp surveyed the wreckage of Liverpool's 7-2 home defeat by Aston Villa.

"We're not even in the race so we're not a horse. We're a pony." - Mourinho's cockney rhyming slang was coming along nicely.

"It hurts more, not less, to have this result again." - Ralph Hasenhuttl after Southampton's second 9-0 trouncing in consecutive seasons, this time at Manchester United.

The scoreboard made sorry reading for Southampton
The scoreboard made sorry reading for Southampton

"Normally I have three weeks off and eat potato salad." - West Ham's Czech midfielder Tomas Soucek revealed his usual Christmas routine.

"If that was my son and he stays down and he needs his mates to help him up, he doesn't get food because that's embarrassing." - Ole Gunnar Solskjaer takes a swipe at Tottenham's Heung-Min Son. 

"I think as a father you have always to feed your kids." - Mourinho hit back with his own parenting tips.

Jose Mourinho certainly didn't disappoint with his press conferences
Jose Mourinho certainly didn't disappoint with his press conferences

"Like we say in Portugal, bread is bread and cheese is cheese." - And then, the outgoing Tottenham boss offered this pearl of wisdom.

"Mine and my coaching staff's methods are second to nobody in the world." - Four defeats in a row for Spurs did not dent Mourinho's self-belief.

"I'm disgusted by Manchester United and Liverpool the most. Liverpool, they pretend 'You'll Never Walk Alone,' the people's club, the fans' club. Manchester United - 100 years, born out of workers. And they are breaking away into a league without competition, that they can't be relegated from? It is an absolute disgrace." - The European Super League proposal did not sit well with Gary Neville.

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"It's amazing the amount of uproar that comes into the game when someone's pocket is being hurt. It's a shame it's not like this with everything that's going wrong in the game, like racism." - Leeds striker Patrick Bamford put the whole furore into perspective.

"We drank a bit, we danced, we hugged a lot, we remembered how good it was. Then at 11.30pm, 15 pizzas arrived and that was the best moment of the night." - Guardiola let his hair down, so to speak, as Manchester City celebrated winning the title.

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