"You have to adapt, you have to respect, you have to be humble and recognise you are in the face of a strong team, but you can not be changed or fear".
"Jose Mourinho has never lost back-to-back home league games in his managerial career but, after three successive away wins, I expect his side to exorcise the demons of that defeat at the hands of Spurs last month". It's going to be hard. A big part of being a top player, as he aspires to be, is you have to stop the guy you're up against. "I think good results, good performances, they make miracles - and bad results and bad performances, they make you look more exhausted, more upset, more ugly, more everything".
"I had the confidence of the players as well, they let me take it too, so I thank them for this and I thank the manager".
"I think the team as a team is resolving the defensive problems better than before", said Mourinho.
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"But he showed for the ones that don't know him very, ver well that he is not a player to be here just on formation, is a player to be here [to fight for] positions - he's a very good player".
"You see the level of the teams - you see Liverpool squad, City squad, Chelsea squad, Tottenham squad, Arsenal improving". Football is a little bit like this.
"I am not saying that we are going to have more points than last season because last season we collected a very acceptable number of points".
"People are used to great surfaces in England, always watered if not rain - the clubs they provide the water and the football is much more handsome that way", Mourinho said.
"There's a player in there, but I don't think he's getting the most out of himself", Souness added.