Monday,December 5,2022

Valencia Talks About Mourinho’s Impact At Old Trafford

After winning the Community Shield under new boss Jose Mourinho, Manchester United made a bright start to the Premier League with three consecutive wins. United have lost this kind of consistency after legendary coach Sir Alex Ferguson retired.

Now genuine winger and current United right back Antonio Valencia believes that Mourinho has brought back the lost confidence to the dressing room.

“I think (Mourinho) has given a really positive boost of confidence to the side and that can be seen out there on the field,” Antonio told the Manchester United official website.

“Everyone is feeling confident, everyone wants the ball and that’s a very good sign. Everyone is running hard, showing good movement and reading our moves and build-up play, and that’s important too.”

“On his advice, well, it’s the same for all the team: always go out to win and always have the winning mentality of champions. Let’s hope we can carry on in the same style.”

“You can see from the games played that we’ve scored a few goals already so you can appreciate things are going well on that score. We’re getting forward and creating lots of opportunities on goal. We’ve also brought in more quality players, which has improved us too.”

United scored six Premier League goals and only conceded one so far. They averaged a ball possession of 52% and won 51% of their duels.

Valencia has played all three starting fixtures and has averaged five defensive actions per game, the fifth best mark in the squad.

After winning the Community Shield under new boss Jose Mourinho, Manchester United made a bright start to the Premier League with three consecutive wins. United have lost this kind of consistency after legendary coach Sir Alex Ferguson retired.

Now genuine winger and current United right back Antonio Valencia believes that Mourinho has brought back the lost confidence to the dressing room.

“I think (Mourinho) has given a really positive boost of confidence to the side and that can be seen out there on the field,” Antonio told the Manchester United official website.

“Everyone is feeling confident, everyone wants the ball and that’s a very good sign. Everyone is running hard, showing good movement and reading our moves and build-up play, and that’s important too.”

“On his advice, well, it’s the same for all the team: always go out to win and always have the winning mentality of champions. Let’s hope we can carry on in the same style.”

“You can see from the games played that we’ve scored a few goals already so you can appreciate things are going well on that score. We’re getting forward and creating lots of opportunities on goal. We’ve also brought in more quality players, which has improved us too.”

United scored six Premier League goals and only conceded one so far. They averaged a ball possession of 52% and won 51% of their duels.

Valencia has played all three starting fixtures and has averaged five defensive actions per game, the fifth best mark in the squad.

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After winning the Community Shield under new boss Jose Mourinho, Manchester United made a bright start to the Premier League with three consecutive wins. United have lost this kind of consistency after legendary coach Sir Alex Ferguson retired.

Now genuine winger and current United right back Antonio Valencia believes that Mourinho has brought back the lost confidence to the dressing room.

“I think (Mourinho) has given a really positive boost of confidence to the side and that can be seen out there on the field,” Antonio told the Manchester United official website.

“Everyone is feeling confident, everyone wants the ball and that’s a very good sign. Everyone is running hard, showing good movement and reading our moves and build-up play, and that’s important too.”

“On his advice, well, it’s the same for all the team: always go out to win and always have the winning mentality of champions. Let’s hope we can carry on in the same style.”

“You can see from the games played that we’ve scored a few goals already so you can appreciate things are going well on that score. We’re getting forward and creating lots of opportunities on goal. We’ve also brought in more quality players, which has improved us too.”

United scored six Premier League goals and only conceded one so far. They averaged a ball possession of 52% and won 51% of their duels.

Valencia has played all three starting fixtures and has averaged five defensive actions per game, the fifth best mark in the squad.

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