Jose Mourinho: Manchester United manager admits results not good enough

Jose Mourinho: Manchester United manager admits results not good enough

Q: Jose, you've gone four without a win, the club's only gone five without a win once since 1999, do you accept that kind of run for a club of this size is not good enough?

Mourinho spoke curtly in a short press conference held at the unusually early time of 8am.

During a prickly meeting with reporters the United manager was asked for the reasons behind his team's poor form.

Mourinho has now failed to win in four consecutive home matches for the first time in his career following defeat to Tottenham, a draw against newly promoted Wolves and a League Cup exit on penalties to second division Derby. At the start of September, United won three games - all away from home - but they were still just one defeat away from another crisis. UEFA were nice, the referee was nice to allow us to start the game five minutes later because we at least need half an hour to be prepared.

"We are all giving our everything to improve the results". "They are a team that struggle to defend as a unit, but are very strong in duels".

But Mourinho has also been criticised for his role in the saga and for United's recent displays. I always look forward to our games but recently Mourinho has made watching us a punishment now.

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"Where would Manchester United go?"

According to French media outfit Le Perisen, the 45-year-old has clearly stated he has no interest in becoming manager at Old Trafford, should Jose Mourinho be sacked.

Pogba, a key member of France's World Cup-winning side in Russian Federation, also appeared to get under Mourinho's skin after their recent draw with Wolves by saying United should attack more.

But after their Old Trafford meeting with struggling Newcastle on Saturday, United face a hard run of games following the worldwide break. And they're getting away with it.

But Valencia has claimed he did not read the Instagram message properly before liking it and insisted he remained behind Mourinho, even if the incident was another reflection of the chaos engulfing United.

A source said: 'The Glazers are not - and have never been - ones for knee-jerk reactions. Something needs to change.

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