Jose reacts to win over Leicester

Jose reacts to win over Leicester

Until tomorrow, anyway. Jose Mourinho's side recorded a 2-1 win over Leicester City at Old Trafford in a game that would make you long for the World Cup. "That's football management. I think football is changing and managers should be called head coaches".

I had my plans, and I had my plans for many months, and I find myself in the beginning of the Premier League with the market closed, and I'm in a situation that I thought was not going to be the situation I would be in.

'For us, it will be a hard season because I had my plans for many months. The Foxes spent the summer upgrading their defense, signing Jonny Evans and Ricardo Pereira to shore up a defense that allowed 60 goals last season, the fifth most in the Premier League. "We have to wait until the end of November to understand if we can fight for the title".

"But I told the players we had very good periods, we had lots of glimpses of the football we wanted to play". "We must get used to teams who have players of the same quality that we have". It was a good match with three good teams, in my opinion. "We want to go up".

Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw struck as Manchester United did enough to defeat Leicester City 2-1 on Friday.

As ESPN's Rob Dawson says: "Mourinho and Pogba's frosty relationship is a puzzle Manchester United must solve".

Luke Shaw sealed the points seven minutes from time before Jamie Vardy headed home a consolation for the visitors.

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Yerry Mina was another target but "United were put off by what they considered to be excessive agent fees". It's not a problem, it's the win that is most important'.

"We don't have a penalty taker, it's how we feel and I chose to take it".

The former Juventus player also indicated that he is ready to stay at United instead of pushing for a move to Spain by saying he wants to win the Premier League.

Mourinho said after the game that his side showed glimpses of what they are capable of, and they certainly made an impressive start.

The path to the three points began with a Paul Pogba penalty kick just two minutes in after a hand ball, and the World Cup victor with France made no mistake, finishing calmly into the far post.

'I'm quite young and I want to get better, progress and win more trophies, ' said Pogba.

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