Fans frustrated as Mourinho slams players again

Fans frustrated as Mourinho slams players again

Fans frustrated as Mourinho slams players again

There was more of a sense of urgency from Manchester United as they tackled Valencia despite the game ending 0-0 at Old Trafford on Tuesday, October 2.

Asked to comment on Scholes criticism, Mourinho replied, "I don't need to know what he said".

Things are not going well for Jose Mourinho at Manchester United this season and another disappointing result at home to Valencia in the Champions League increases the pressure on the Portuguese, who is growing increasingly irritated. We were the team that tried more, that had probably a couple of big chances to win, but I accept the result as a fair result.

"I'm actually slightly surprised he survived after Saturday, the performance was so bad", the former England midfielder told BT Sport ahead of the Champions League clash with Valencia on Tuesday.

United sit 10th in the Premier League, nine points behind pacesetters Manchester City and Liverpool.


"It normally is but this time the police refused to do an escort so we came by ourselves". We knew we wouldn't create 20 chances.

United's second-place finish last term flattered their cagey performances, but the formula - heavily reliant on goalkeeper David De Gea's consistent heroics - was less likely to yield success this season.

"We tried to play but in some crucial positions in the building up phase we don't have the technical quality to build from the back".

"Our attacking players aren't in their best moments of confidence and individual level", he added. "It will be good for the team if we can beat Newcastle".

Against the top six sides United grabbed admirable results but they faltered against teams who were considerably weaker.

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