Jose Mourinho Applauds The Away End, Gives His Jacket To A Fan

Jose Mourinho Applauds The Away End, Gives His Jacket To A Fan

Jose Mourinho Applauds The Away End, Gives His Jacket To A Fan

In the absence of a director of football, they hold Woodward responsible for Mourinho not getting his way this summer. They responded by cheering his name and clapping back, offering a little insight into the feelings of the fans.

Expressly against Mourinho's own wishes, moves to sell France forward Anthony Martial and buy an additional central defender were blocked before the transfer window closed on 9 August.

"Burnley have proved before me that they can handle the Premier League and now it's our time to show that".

Manchester United midfielder Nemanja Matic praised manager Jose Mourinho for diverting pressure from his under-fire players.

A case had been opened against the Portuguese coach previous year, which alleged former Real Madrid boss Mourinho owes the Spanish state almost £2.9million in undeclared revenue related to image rights in 2011 and 2012 - a claim which has been strenuously denied by his representatives. Furthermore, he drew reference to philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.

"I don't know that, but the fact is you can't tell me that Gareth, knowing that he only has Harry Kane as a main guy, Danny Welbeck is not starting for Arsenal, Jamie Vardy's just retired". After that press conference, you could argue he is still special in his handling of the current situation.

United beat Burnley 2-0 at Turf Moor thanks to Romelu Lukaku's brace despite Rashford being show his red card on 71 minutes. United desperately need to gain some winning momentum ahead of the global break and hence some changes could be expected from the side that lost to Mauricio Pochettino's team last Monday. "We should have won it much earlier but the performance was very solid".

A second goal before the break looked inevitable, although it took until the final minute for it to arrive as Luke Shaw chased onto Sanchez's back heel and into the Burnley area.

"I've got a technique against that sort of penalty and it came off".

While United profess they haven't discussed replacing Mourinho, the notion of dumping the Portuguese and bringing in Zidane to replace him has been in the water for several weeks now. United ran out 2-0 winners with a confident and professional performance which saw them created chance after chance after chance against a poor looking Burnley team. Both seem to have assisted Mourinho in changing from a conservative to attacking approach. It was a kid and a very experienced man.

United held firm for their second win of the season, though, allowing Mourinho to head into the two-week worldwide break in a happier mood. It's now time to see what happens in the next chapter.

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