Mourinho sends stern message to United stars after City's Premier League win

Mourinho sends stern message to United stars after City's Premier League win

Mourinho sends stern message to United stars after City's Premier League win

Kinda, but a full yes wouldn't have been vintage Mourinho.

"I won eight titles and I'm not in the moon because I won against Manchester City, a match that is just three points", he said.

Cape Town - Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that he won't be paying astronomical transfer fees in the off-season to catch Manchester City.

He said, "The commitment, the desire, and I asked if Pogba can do that all the time, the way he played against City".

Midfielder Juan Mata felt United had only themselves to blame for taking the Baggies too lightly.

"You can do it if your team is not losing the ball but our team was losing the ball so easily with the complication, everything was complicated, so we were losing lots of balls. Everything was complicated. Players they didn't want to or couldn't play simple", Mourinho told SkyTV afterwards. There was no fluidity. We always gave them the opportunity to be solid, compact in the low block with strong physical players.

"We've won you the league, Manchester City, we've won you the league", sang West Brom's jubilant fans near the end of the game.

"But I expect Paul - and I think that's the challenge he has to put to himself - to keep a certain stability and not to have the good match and the so-so match and the bad match".

Manager Jose Mourinho has already stated that he will not be in the market for an attacking player this summer, but unsettled duo Anthony Martial and Marcus Rashford could well change that. "I have no reason not to - eight titles and three Premier Leagues and the last Premier League was not 20 years ago". I know how to win.

Newcastle moved up to 10th in the Premier League after a 2-1 win over Arsenal.

The Red Devils have struggled to produce consistent form in all competitions, despite being Manchester City's closest challengers for the Premier League title this term. "It was not done even if we (had) won".

Jay Rodriguez's goal at Old Trafford meant that City finally got their hands on the crown, leading their rivals by 16 points with five games to play.

Gary Neville has never been one to bite his tongue, especially when it comes to issues at Old Trafford.

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