Jose Mourinho led Manchester United to beat Leicester City 2-1 in the opening game of the English Premier League on Friday at Old Trafford.

After the game, Mourinho said he should be addressed as head coach and not Manager.

Despite the victory, Mourinho did not play the legs he had wanted, claiming he needed "six changes, not three".

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Paul Pogba and Luke Shaw had put Manchester United on a two-goal lead before Jamie Vardy reduced the deficit in the 90th minute.

"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." Mourinho told Sky Sports.

Asked if there was a problem with United's board not agreeing with the names put forward, Mourinho said: "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."

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