Gary Neville criticizes Manchester United over treatment of this star!

Arnold Nichols
December 13, 2018

He told Sky Sports' Monday Night Football, "I struggle with the weight thing and maybe that's just because of how I was as a footballer".

"I think we were intense, without the ball and with the ball", Mourinho said.

"We pressed the ball more, put difficulties to the opponent".

And they are showing Jose Mourinho's Manchester United exactly how under their new managers. We left a few players in Manchester, [but] we are going to play with a team only with players from the first team.

Asked for his thoughts on the likelihood of City being penalised by UEFA for over-spending, Mourinho said: "The world is full of suggestions and I never know if they are true or not true, and that's not my job to analyse that".

"We need to score more goals".

Pogba has since failed to start both the subsequent Premier League games for his club, having started the fixtures against Arsenal and Fulham on the bench.

Martial joins an ever-growing injury list for Mourinho, who is already without the club's highest-paid player, Alexis Sanchez.

"That's up to the club", Young, who turns 34 next July, said.

"I know only two days (to prepare) is not easy - Fulham are in the same situation as us but probably the way they are coming to play or try to play will not demand as much from them as us".

It seems Manchester United are having the worst season since the days of David Moyes.

United managers are judged on whether or not they qualify for the Champions League and Mourinho nearly lost his job at the end of his first season when the club finished in sixth place in the league.

Mourinho plans to give several first-team squad members the chance to impress, but youngsters James Garner and Mason Greenwood will not be involved from the start. I think these are all legitimate areas to look into.

Rojo has made just two senior appearances this season and has no future under Mourinho, but Arsenal have no interest in the former Sporting Lisbon player, despite being made aware of his availability in January.

UEFA could ban City from next season's Champions League in the event of discovering breaches it believes to be serious enough.

Manchester United are looking to win all three of their away games in the group stages for the first time since doing so consecutively in 2009-10 & 2010-11.

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