Mourinho eyes second season glory

Mourinho eyes second season glory

Mourinho eyes second season glory

Unlike most holding midfielders, Matic doesn't just play with his back to defenders.

"But he's still a very good player to sit in front of the back four, do the simple things, pass the ball - he's good at what he does".

Mourinho has indicated that he wants a fourth signing before the transfer window shuts on August 31, as he needs a winger to bolster his squad.

"It's about confidence. In the last 20 minutes if they score it's 2-1 and the game is open, you feel the pressure and it would be entertaining but the reality is in the last part of the game, instead of being boring and controlling the game we scored a third goal". It seems that both the teams are in the good form.

Chicharito who was returning to Old Trafford was martially superbly by the likes of Eric Bailly and Phil Jones throughout, Edmilson Fernandes had the Hammers first opportunity when Andre Ayew fed skipper Mark Noble who teed up the Swiss International whose effort stung the palms of David de Gea. "That isn't an ambition when you've spent the money that's been spent and amassed the players that Mourinho has now amassed". And that will terrify rivals.

Supporters have grown in confidence thanks to the arrival of Joe Hart and Pablo Zabaleta from Manchester City; Marko Arnautovic and Hernandez.

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In March got a hat-trick as Brazil handed Uruguay a 4-1 defeat in a World Cup qualifier, while he has scored seven goals in the CSL and five in the AFC Champions League.

Of course, a bad performance at Old Trafford against United can be pushed aside as long as the team in question can respond with a win.

It didn't look like the players believed they could get a result, and that is a damning observation for any side. So I don't think he'll be a huge loss to them.

This goes without saying...

And the United manager has pointed out that his remarkable record of winning the domestic title in the second season at his previous clubs offers no guarantees that the trend will continue this term. "United have put a marker down and for me they are the title favourites, and there is no reason for me to change my mind".

"The fans want to see attractive football and we have to stick to that", said Lukaku.

His performance led Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville to describe Chelsea's decision to sell him to United as "strange" and came after Antonio Conte had described him as a "great loss".

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