What Mourinho Said After Manchester City Won The Premier League

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City boss, Pep Guardiola had doused high expectations over the fixture's outcome when he said he would rather be playing golf than bother about the game.

Pep Guardiola's side endured a disappointing stretch of games when they were dumped out of the Champions League by Liverpool and missed the opportunity to claim the Premier League title against United in the Manchester derby. This helped them extend the lead at the top by 16 points.

United can still win the FA Cup and secure second place in the table over their last five games.

Despite dominating possession at Old Trafford, Jose Mourinho's charges fell 1-0 thanks to Jay Rodriguez's goal.

"I had a feeling when I woke up this morning", Kompany said. I have no reason for not to trust.

'The best way to achieving that is to aim for stability at training level, during the working week, and from what I have seen in the past two or three weeks I am really happy with him'. I have lots of experience because I won eight titles and I was not over the moon. but I saw lots of people who were on the moon.

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Herrera was signed by Louis Van Gaal from Atletico Bilbao and has had a decent few years at the club though he best campaign came last season under Jose Mourinho's management.

Mourinho's men struggled to combine in first 10 minutes of the second stanza and needed to increase their tempo to create chances. They lost only two matches, that is why they were champions. It is not City and United.

"Normally, we are going to have more of the ball and, normally, it's when we need somebody from the back to add extra technical quality in the middle of the back [four]". He also said that it would be unfair to put too much emphasis on United's loss.

"We were masters in complication. The amount of goals, chances and points, to do that in the Premier League, with the contenders we have, is because the players are so good". Because, by one side, we analyse the team and what the team was with [Alan] Pardew for many weeks, and then we have [Darren] Moore, caretaker manager, one match, and we have only one match to look at it.

'Everything was slow. Everyone was one more touch, one more trick, one more flick, one more turn.

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