Man Utd boss Mourinho: We must improve our goalscoring

Man Utd boss Mourinho: We must improve our goalscoring

Man Utd boss Mourinho: We must improve our goalscoring

West Ham striker Javier Hernandez has responded to comments made about him by Jose Mourinho earlier in the week - claiming that he appreciates the Manchester United manager's praise.

Ibrahimovic was released at the end of the season but has been using United's Carrington AON training complex as he continues his recovery and, according to the Daily Mail, he has begun negotiations with the club over a new deal. "We got a central defender who can play many other positions which is very important. We were focused on the striker scoring goals and when it didn't happen we were in trouble".

Of course, it's not just Premier League football that we'll be watching over today.

West Ham United forward Javier Hernandez is eager to showcase his talents on the return to his former stomping ground when the London side visit Manchester United in their opening fixture of the 2017-18 Premier League campaign tomorrow. A When we won our first EPL title in 2005, it finally felt like it was the beginning of a new era of success for the club.

Following Manchester United's 2-1 loss to Real Madrid in the Super Cup on Tuesday, August 8, Mourinho walked up to the stand in Macedonia, pointed to Deji and gave him the medal. United are one of the favourites to lift the trophy this time, despite finishing sixth and 24 points behind Chelsea last term.

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The Manchester United boss did secure silverware in his first campaign with triumphs in the EFL Cup and the Europa League . Ibrahimović's goals got the headlines and secured many results previous year , but it was Pogba that made the team tick.

Ashley Young, Luke Shaw and Marcus Rojo are all out of this match for the Red Devils. Maybe it will take another season for the squad to mature together before challenging for "Ol' Big Ears" again. But he insists, despite that, the title is a more realistic target.

"And for me the medal will go to some place in my house and for that kid it's for sure something to keep and remember".

"Between the players we have lost and the players we have got, I think we are in a similar situation but with more experience of working together and a much better pre-season". The Premier League threw its fair share of surprises with Chelsea coming out on top after having suffered a tumultuous previous season under José Mourinho. While most European leagues are predictable in their final form, with the same teams challenging for the same honours season after season, England's top flight has been the footballing equivalent of a tombola.

"Everyone is available except the injuries that everybody knows, so the injuries that come from the previous season with surgeries".

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