The Red Devils kick off their Premier League campaign with a home clash against West Ham United at Old Trafford on Sunday. Perhaps we've got to ensure that all our players give their all and hope that City are off-colour, but it can happen that way.
Murphy wrote of the Mexican global, "I have heard only good things about Javier Hernandez when I have spoken to people who have played with him".
"I think he played really well", Mourinho said of the 29-year-old defensive midfielder, who he coached at Chelsea.
"I think Manchester United will win the Premier League because Mourinho has never failed in a second season", Crespo said in a Q&A via the Mirror. But the solution is not changing players every season.
Derek Wolfe will not need surgery, shares pic of swollen ankle
After a season marred by a painful elbow injury, Wolfe added bulk in the offseason, beefing up 20 pounds, he said. Wolfe, 27, was injured when he became tangled up with offensive tackle Menelik Watson in a team drill.
In the moment when they were moving the ball more, he was good and in our period of dominance he was what we want him to be: moving the ball simply, giving balance and starting from the back.
The United boss says he is happy with his options if his squad remains as it is. I think we have addressed the defensive issues that we had last season and the players Guardiola has brought in are strong and fast.
"Of course we tried to buy good defenders to defend the duels, good situations".
His priority has been to sign a defender, a midfielder, a winger, and a striker, and with just 20 days of the transfer window left to go, all he needs now is someone who can operate on the flanks.
"We constantly see the Chelsea Youth Team and the Manchester City Youth Team win the FA Youth Cup, but we are not seeing that many players come through their system and getting into their first teams, which has to be a real concern". I think we're in for plenty of goals and a decent City win.
"Arsenal and Everton are in the Europa League and they have to play Thursdays".