The English Premier League is undoubtedly the most watched League in the world and the influx of world class managers to the League has made the League even more exciting and viewed.
The Manchester clubs currently have brand new coaches in Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho, however, the latter has Premier League experience and should have a edge over Guardiola when both clubs lock horns in the League his weekend.
Manchester United and Manchester City were heavily involved in the transfer market but it was United that smashed the transfer record of the world to sign Paul Pogba. Both clubs have the most star studded team in the League, “which does not mean they will not be beaten by Arsenal” and their coaches have won more laurels in Europe than any other Premier League manager.
Both clubs have won all the League games so far and so it will be interesting to see how they’ll both fair this weekend.
Speaking ahead of the game, Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger said:
“The two teams have started well so the game will have more psychological impact than a mathematical impact. Wenger Said.
“You could say the team that wins will straight away be branded as the favourites to win the Premier League in May, but it is a bit early.
“But it will be interesting to watch. I am like you, I will watch the game and see a little bit what strengths and weaknesses come out of the two teams.
“I will watch the game again, yes after our game. Most of the time (I look out for) the turning points of the game because normally people after the game speak only about the result, but we know inside the game that there are some turning points where a guy missed the final ball, or someone was offside and if he had not been offside they would have been 1-0 up.
“(I look for) the potential of the team as well, the organisation, the decisions of the manager during the game. All these kinds of things, you are relaxed to observe it.”