From the Back Pages, September 21: José Mourinho: ‘I don’t like the way Chelsea have played for two years’

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Chelsea must break with the past and change their style of play to get back on top in the Premier League and Europe, José Mourinho said on Friday. (The Guardian)

LIVERPOOL are closing in a January move for Palermo striker Abel Hernandez. (The Express)

Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers said yesterday that his players were experiencing something new in being top-of-the-table and would develop the self-confidence to build on leads rather than drop deep to preserve them. (The Independent)

Manchester United manager David Moyes wants Wayne Rooney to improve even more on his recent form. (The Telegraph)

Floyd Mayweather has told Amir Khan that he is not a ‘meal ticket for a big pay day’ and warned the British boxer that he needs to work hard to prove he is worth fighting. (Daily Mail)

London, Cardiff, Glasgow and Dublin have all been put forward as potential host cities for the 2020 UEFA European Championship, it has been revealed. (The Mirror)

The story is written. It is another Sir Bradley Wiggins classic entitled “Brad is back”, delivered with his hallmark narrative arc that encompasses devastating lows and painful introspection before a would-you-believe-it ending on some far-off podium in the sun. (The Times)