Chelsea icon Joe Cole insists Arsenal's Invincibles side were not the toughest team he ever faced in the Premier League.Speaking on Rio Ferdinand's Vibe With Five podcast this week, the former England international said he thought the Manchester United team of 2007-09 were better than Arsene Wenger's record-setters as they had prolonged success and competed on multiple fronts."Why do I think they're better?
More depth," Cole said. "The Invincibles had it off for that season and they were a great side, but I don't think they won multiple leagues like the [United] 2008 team, who won the Champions League and went the distance in finals.READ MORE: Arsenal legend Tony Adams reckons Gunners had a better squad than the Invincibles"There's not much in it, but you had [Carlos] Tevez, [Cristiano] Ronaldo and [Wayne] Rooney, three of the best players in the world all playing, and then [Ryan] Giggs, [Paul] Scholes, [Michael] Carrick, [Owen] Hargreaves.
Great team."But the Invincibles are a very close second."Cole made over 350 appearances in the Premier League across spells with four different clubs, but the seven seasons he spent at Stamford Bridge are what he's best remembered for.Which team was better - Arsenal's Invincibles or Man United's 07-09 team?Read more on dailystar.co.uk