Under-pressure Man United prepares for must-win clash against Burnley - Amoré

Under-pressure Man United prepares for must-win clash against Burnley - Amoré

Under-pressure Man United prepares for must-win clash against Burnley - Amoré

"If it can happen there, and he's won the league, why can't it happen at Man United where he hasn't?" he asked.

They were really uncomfortable in the game and at half-time, it was incredible we were not winning the game.

The Manchester United manager has come in for increasing amounts of criticism in recent weeks after his sullen mood throughout the summer has been followed by a disappointing start to the Premier League season, losing two of the opening three games.

Mourinho's latest appearance in front of the media on Friday saw him describe himself as "one of the greatest managers in the world", as well as citing philosopher Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel.

They report the 2018 FIFA World Cup victor is determined to force a January exit from Manchester United as his relationship with manager Mourinho has deteriorated beyond fix.

The FC panel are cautiously optimistic of Manchester United's chances of advancing from Group H, indicating Jose Mourinho must fix their current problems fast. "If you have titles you can work, we have work", he told a news conference.

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Mourinho demanded respect from reporters following Monday's 3-0 home defeat to Spurs and Guardiola sympathised with the Portuguese, saying the media can not know the whole picture.

The loss to Spurs was United's second in succession, and it is the first time since 1992 they have lost two of their first three matches in a Premier League season.

"Guardiola was also asked if he was surprised about United's position in the table, and said: "(They) remain a great team, a top team. "I'm really pleased for him that he looks like he's playing with confidence".

According to stats, the defeat was United's heaviest home defeat since 2004, and some of the club's players believe the Portuguese tactician might be shown the exit door if he fails to get the result against Burnley.

"Yeah, but they didn't have that song when we beat them at Wembley a couple of months ago, a cup final the had a big dream to go to, a title they had a big dream to win, because they don't win many", Mourinho said.

Dyche added: "I'm certainly not going to question his conduct because he knows what he is doing, I'm pretty sure of that, whatever everyone else thinks". They did it - they scored from their first corner - and what can we say?

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