Jose Mourinho: Some Manchester United players 'lack technical quality'

Jose Mourinho: Some Manchester United players 'lack technical quality'

Jose Mourinho: Some Manchester United players 'lack technical quality'

Manchester United would be hoping their good start to the Champions League continues on Tuesday, when they host Valencia in a Group H clash.

The 43-year-old former England worldwide has been a stern critic of Mourinho and did not hold back ahead of United's clash with Valencia on Tuesday night.

But last season's relative successes can not mask this season's problems, with United great Paul Scholes labelling him "embarrassing" before the game.

Neto; Piccini, Garay, Paulista, Gayà; Coquelin, Parejo, Kondogbia, Guedes; Rodrigo, Batshuayi.

And, after calling the club a mess following the defeat, former United midfielder Scholes has admitted he is surprised Mourinho is still manager at Old Trafford. Max Stake £1. Winnings paid in free bets.

Romelu Lukaku forced a pair of good saves from Neto and the visiting keeper also palmed over a Paul Pogba free kick at the other end as United finally showed some objective up front midway through the second half.

After that Mourinho takes on Newcastle in the Premier League on Saturday.

Valencia lost 2-0 to 10-man Juventus in their opening fixture.

"I don't need to know what he [Scholes] said", said Mourinho.

The Argentinean was able to play a major role in the famous Hammers win at the weekend and his comments on the state of Manchester United were stunning in their bluntness.

United have twice before during Louis van Gaal's reign been late arriving for matches at West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur.

"Freedom of speech, especially Manchester United fans that I respect 200 percent", he said.

Fans of the Red Devils won't be pleased to hear their players are performing without any passion which is the minimum requirement at such a big club and the end must be close for the so-called Special one.

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