Mourinho comments on Man United's title chances

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Mourinho, who confirmed that Marcos Rojo, Luke Shaw and Ashley Young are still sidelined with injury, believes his squad is in similar shape to how it was at the end of 20116-17, despite their three marquee signings.

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"I'm happy with the club's efforts". Tottenham Hotspur, Everton and even West Ham are prone to upsetting the usual title contenders.

"But it is going to finish, it is unsustainable".

United were beaten 2-1 by Champions League holders Real Madrid in the match in Skopje on Tuesday, much to the dismay of United fan Adedeji Odumboni, who had made the 16-hour trip from Bristol, UK, with his older brother, Adedire, and father, Ibrahim.

Premier League champions Chelsea have completed four transfer deals after recruiting Manchester City reserve goalkeeper Willy Caballero, AS Roma's Antonio Rudiger, Monaco's Tiemoue Bakayoko and Real Madrid striker Alvaro Morata.

"So we are having conversations and we are discussing the possibility of him staying with us for the second part of the season". I'm not in a position to say I'm not happy.

What we had was midfielders, wingers, scoring, central defenders scoring goals at set pieces.

Both north London sides will be tested from the off, with Arsenal kicking off the new season with the visit of Leicester City on Friday evening, and Spurs travelling to Rafa Benitez's Newcastle on Sunday. Eric Bailly could start as well, meaning one of Victor Lindelöf or Chris Smalling will head back to the bench.

Arsenal appeared to have a reasonable gripe over not being given a penalty call in the 43rd minute, when it looked like Wilfried Ndidi handled Kolasinac's ball in the box, but referee Mike Dean saw things another way, allowing play to go on.

Jose Mourinho believes Manchester United are equipped to maintain his remarkable second season success rate by winning the Premier League title this term.

Arsenal found its equalizer on the stroke of halftime, though, with Lacazette squeezing a ball through tight space to Kolasinac, who laid it off for Danny Welbeck to beat Kasper Schmeichel from close range, making it 2-2 entering the break.

"I have conditions to deliver a better team than I did in the first season". There was, however, a strong suspicion of handball by Ozil ahead of the corner that indirectly led to the goal.

As the country's top football competition, the Premier League is essentially duty-bound to provide the England national football team with as large a talent pool to choose from as possible. The pressure it's never a big problem. He simply is too good to remain at Leicester for very long, and he keeps getting better and better. "The trend has always to come from the team".

All jokes aside, Egypt international Hegazy is a perfect fit for the Baggies.

However, the club did win the Europa League and the League Cup, giving the manager a platform of success on which to build.

The so-called 'greatest league in the world' is back! His style is so innately British, he is bound to be a hit at the Hawthorns.