"Looking back, maybe that game made City watch me more often and made them want to buy me".
"Without a shadow of a doubt he's had coach influence and support from the club, but he's from a tough background". More of the same is required to maintain the league's reputation as the most competitive in the world.
"But we have lost important players to injury too, such as Marcos Rojo, Ashley Young, Luke Shaw, and Zlatan Ibrahimovic". "They have the best set-up". At the top, this year is shaping up as a Manchester duopoly. "I had a good rest and a long summer". Gabriel Jesus (below) will emerge as a major star.
"In the Premier League I'd say seven teams will fight for the title and 20 fight for the victory in every game, every match".
I hate giving my predictions before the transfer window shuts. But there were too many draws.
The top six from last season have all retained their managers and it promises to be an exciting run of 380 games. From the huge transfers to pre-season form, and the latest managerial and rule changes to keep up with. I will go with what I have to try to win everything. With Zlantan out till December Mourinho needs, if not a stronger, an equally passionate and consistent player.
"It wasn't an easy decision, because I was dropping again to the Championship".
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has assembled a side capable of holding their own against anyone, but for two years in a row they have fallen short in the title race.
I wouldn't look any further than Harry Kane. The player understood his mistake, he is sorry for what happened.
"Overall I believe that it's down to us".
"He wants more football at the highest level so we are having conversations and discussing the possibility of him staying for the second part of the season".
Following numerous issues surrounding diving players in recent seasons, new rules are now in place for the 2017/18 Premier League. I think they had to spend a lot of money and I still think their defence lacks quality. Sunderland, Middlesbrough and Hull City were relegated last season. He too is always a contestant for the award.
There's no outstanding favourite and this is the most exciting season. Matic fits the bill on both counts and you wouldn't blame West Ham's players if they shrank a little in the tunnel this afternoon standing alongside him and Lukaku, Pogba and Eric Bailly.
"I think Manchester United will win the Premier League because Mourinho has never failed in a second season".
The pundit saying that if Rafa leaves, or NUFC fail to properly strengthen in these remaining weeks of the transfer window, there will be troubles ahead.