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"We were quite good a year ago on corners and I believe with a bit of work, we can get that out of the system".

Shakespeare praised Vardy, as well Harry Maguire after the close-season recruit from Hull City turned in an all-action debut from centre-back.

Leicester have a tough start, with Arsenal, United, Chelsea and Liverpool among their first six opponents, while promoted Brighton and Huddersfield have more reason to fear the end of the season. But I think it is unsustainable.

"I don't know whether it was lack of concentration or game management".

"It will be hard, with t he quality of their players, their fan base and the money that they can spend, but that's the Premier League".

MANCHESTER UNITED have a wealth of talent in their squad - here's how the fans reckon Jose Mourinho should set up his side this season, according to Sky Sports.

The United boss admitted he still remains hopeful of signing a wide player, with Mourinho having already conceded it is "game over" for their chances of signing Real Madrid's Gareth Bale.

"Lacazette is simple. In every game he is stronger since he has joined us", Wenger said. We will get the answer only in time.

Mourinho goes into his second season at Old Trafford needing significant improvement in the Premier League after United finished sixth in May. "But if you go to England it's £20-£25m more expensive", the Spaniard told a news conference ahead of City's Premier League opener with Brighton & Hove on Saturday. "We were focused on the striker scoring goals and when it didn't happen we were in trouble".

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has revealed that the club's transfer business is 75 percent done but the club is still in the hunt for a winger. "I have players coming back who have not played, like Mustafi".

After bolstering their squad, Guardiola's side - who came third last season - have been made favourites to win the title, but the City manager said he could cope with that burden. "I don't want to play football for 15 years and not have one trophy or one medal".

"There is no relation between others or a guarantee because I always do, but I just think naturally a manger in the second season knows the club and players better".

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