"I think football is changing and probably football managers should be called head coaches. There is something going on behind the scenes and I don't think Woodward is helping Mourinho as much as we really think".
"Of course, it will be a hard season for everybody".
United fans, and commentators will be watching the Frenchman's performance closely this evening as the 2018-19 Premier League season gets under way at Old Trafford. They [Leicester] spent more money than us, so in the Premier League we must get used to teams with players of the same quality that we have. I know it's a great cup, it will stay in my mind, but I want to win all the trophies.
At the pre-match press conference ahead of the Leicester clash Mourinho hit back at claims of unrest at Old Trafford, Sky Sports reports. Every team is a good team, forget the name, forget the history, forget the shirt.
"I had only two options, Scott [McTominay] or Paul, but if I play Scott I play two two kids and a new player, so I asked Paul and he put himself available for the team and he was very, very good for us". Pogba responded with a strong all-round performance, as well as scoring the opening goal after what I have to say was a very odd run-up for his penalty. "We thought a maximum 60 minutes but he managed 80".More news: Google Pixel 3 XL fully revealed in hands-on pics and video
As ESPN's Rob Dawson says: "Mourinho and Pogba's frosty relationship is a puzzle Manchester United must solve".
Such comments emerged again earlier this summer after a picture of the 23-year-old topless while on holiday in Dubai did the rounds on social media.
"[Kasper] Schmeichel is very good on pens but no chance".
Pogba, who carried over his fine World Cup winning form into the first game and produced a complete performance as skipper, shook hands with the subs after being replaced for Fellaini, and though Martial extended his hand to his compatriot - his frustration at not coming on was clear.
And speaking about his goal - his first in 134 games for Southampton and United since his first-team debut aged 16 in January 2012 - Shaw told United's official website: "Honestly I can't describe it, in front of the Stretford End, it's the best feeling I've had".