Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho said that he should be called a head coach than a manager following Manchester United’s win over Leicester City last night.
It took only three minutes for the Red Devils to open the scoring when Paul Pogba converted a penalty. Then, after more than an hour of goalless football, Luke Shaw doubled United’s lead. Leicester pulled one back in stoppage time courtesy of Jamie Vardy.
Jose Mourinho said, “In the Premier League, we must get used to playing teams with the same quality we have. Forget the name, forget the history, forget the shirts. Every team is a good team.
When asked if there was ana probpro with the club’s board not signing the players hehwaa interested in, Mourinho replied, “That’s football management.”
“Football is changing. Probably football managers should be called more head coaches. We have big multi-functional coaching staffs and I think we are more the head coach than the manager.”
The Portuguese added, “I had my plans for many months and I find myself in the beginning of the Premier League, with the market closed, I find myself in a situation which I did not think I was going to be in.
I think it will be the last time I speak about it. It’s finished, the market is closed and no more talk about it.”
The Red Devils next take on Brighton and Hove Albion at Falmer Stadium next Sunday.