Jose Mourinho Under Investigation For Post-Newcastle Comments

Jose Mourinho Under Investigation For Post-Newcastle Comments

Jose Mourinho Under Investigation For Post-Newcastle Comments

But a thrilling comeback from 2-0 down to beat lowly Newcastle 3-2 could prove to be little more than a stay of execution for Mourinho, with a run of tougher fixtures looming.

A lacklustre first half from Manchester United saw Newcastle take an early lead courtesy of goals from Kenedy and Yoshinori Muto's opening 10 minutes. They are a side United should be beating routinely.

According to The Sun, Mourinho will meet with Woodward in London for talks over his job, ahead of a United board meeting later in the week. "At times when I played there, you would do a lap of honour if you got a corner!"

It's even said that the former World Cup victor has "compiled a list of potential future signings" as he looks to restore the confidence of the club.


"He was exhausted in terms of nerves, he has chosen to take a sabbatical year and he won't go back on that", Alain Migliaccio, Zidane's long-standing agent told Journal du Dimanche. "This is new but I think it makes me a better manager and a better person". "It is much less his style". When all the people [United fans] are against him, I'm in favour.

And while boos echoed around the stadium at half-time - mainly targeted at the club's owner and executives rather than Mourinho and his players - those in the Stretford End were passionately cheering on the squad. "He has chosen to have a year out, he will not dive in again before that is over". "They can push him".

Juan Mata, Anthony Martial and Alexis Sanchez all scored in the final 20 minutes against Rafael Benitez's side and striker Romelu Lukaku has questioned why Mourinho's team can not always produce such thrilling attacking football.

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