"For any neutrals, they will be the team to watch this season - the hottest ticket in town".
"I also understand that my club by doing 75% of what I initially asked, I think the club did very well so I don't think I am in a position of crying, moaning, and protesting".
The Amex Stadium will be the 56th different stadium to host a Premier League match.
He achieved the feat at Porto, Chelsea twice, Inter Milan and Real Madrid, with the only exceptions to the rule being his first two management roles, at Benfica and Uniao de Leiria, where he lasted less than a season in both cases. I don't say the league because I have been in this league a long time.
As for Brighton, manager Chris Hughton is confident his side can hold their own in the Premier League by targeting "middle market" signings while the big clubs flex their financial muscle.
"We're not expected to beat teams like City. If that is going to mean better results and the title, I don't know".
"And last season that didn't happen much - we were focused on the goals that our striker was scoring and when he was not scoring, the team was a little bit in trouble to win matches".More news: Stocks veer higher into record territory; oil heads lower
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"We finished the contracts of five or six players and in the last six or seven years Manchester City didn't buy full-backs, so we had to buy full-backs".
The Portuguese coach had made no secret of his desire to bring in four new faces before the new season started, wanting a striker, centre-back, midfielder and wide-man.
More of that here - we'll be back same time, same place tomorrow! "If you think about Antonio Conte, Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp and Mourinho, it is a very good championship now", he added.
"The fact that we signed earlier helped us avoid signing players who are so expensive like now".
Mourinho believes United are capable of winning a title in his second season, but is not kidding himself over the challenge that awaits them domestically. Our fans really get behind us and they're going to step it up even more because they know we need them even more.
Rojo ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament against Anderlecht in April before Shaw had endured a foot injury later that month, while Young was forced to undergo groin surgery after pulling up at Celta Vigo. "We will maybe change one important player".