Diogo Dalot plays for Manchester United U23s inches closer to senior debut

Diogo Dalot plays for Manchester United U23s inches closer to senior debut

Diogo Dalot plays for Manchester United U23s inches closer to senior debut

And as the United boss listed his achievements as a manager, including a respectable Premier League finish in hard circumstances last season, and enquired if they would ask the same of managers whose teams finished lower, he took the bait and gave them what they wanted.

"He'll not be happy with what he has seen in the first three games but he is the right man for the job because of his proven track record", said ex-United defender Neville.

Manchester United travel to Turf Moor to face Burnley on Sunday (Monday NZT) hoping to avoid a third successive defeat after Monday's 3-0 capitulation at home to Tottenham Hotspur followed an insipid 3-2 surrender at Brighton and Hove Albion.

"There are many many managers who don't win titles who are excellent".

Mourinho is on the brink at Manchester United with his future hanging by a thread and with Zidane on the horizon, the sack is inevitable. "I knew that because finishing second last season was hard". From a lackluster summer transfer window that was marred in controversy to the worst start to a Premier League season since 1992, problems are aplenty for the once unstoppable Red Devils.


"It's been a big week for him that ends with a very important match against Burnley, this is the most important thing", Mourinho told a news conference on Friday. I also had last season great success.

But he said: "They didn't have that song when we beat them at Wembley a couple of months ago, they had a big dream to go to a cup final, to win a title because they don't win many". We dropped two points or we won one point at Wolves. "In that night at Wembley the United fans were singing the special one and of course they were not singing that", Mourinho retorted.

While delivering a somewhat memorable press conference after the game, he noted how supporters responded to United's performance by applauding them off the pitch, reminding reporters in the room that fans are always the best judge of a how a team has played.

"To be really good offensively you have to be solid at the back, all the best teams are, because that is what allows you the confidence to take risks".

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