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José Mourinho: I want more from Paul Pogba

José Mourinho: I want more from Paul Pogba

Jose Mourinho told Paul Pogba he does not expect match-rescuing heroics from him every week after his two-goal salvo against Manchester City. "Eight titles are eight titles and three Premier Leagues are three Premier Leagues", he said.

Herrera was a fixture in United's side previous year.

'He really has to aim to go for that stability and the very very first thing is stability at teaching stage. But I expect you to be consistent, ' Mourinho said.

"Probably because I won eight championships I was not on the moon with the victory against them because that doesn't make me feel super-happy".

Manchester United are a far better team with Paul Pogba in Jose Mourinho's team, Gary Neville has claimed.

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"We were masters in complication". Everything was slow. Everyone was one more touch, one more trick, one more flick, one more turn.

United are 13 points behind City, who can be crowned champions if they beat Tottenham this morning (Singapore time) and United lose at home to West Brom. "It would be unbelievable economically for the football clubs to have only 11 and play with the same 11, no injuries, no suspension, no fatigue".

"In the first year, when many people wrote me off, he let me play thirty matches again".

"I think there are some positives obviously but if they want to win the title next season they have to improve obviously and they have to sort out the few issues they have". "We are not going to do anything insane", said Mourinho.

"They still smell a chance.it's a big challenge because in football they know anything is possible until mathematically it is impossible", the Portuguese said. They have been the best team during the season and the distance of points at the end of the season will be the effect of that superiority that they showed.