Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho unable to speak about club's situation

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho unable to speak about club's situation

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho unable to speak about club's situation

United hosted Valencia in their second Champions League match of the season on Tuesday, and in the build-up to the fixture, Scholes criticised the Portuguese tactician's recent antics and accused him of making a mockery of the club.

"I think you have had enough, so I prefer just to say when last season we finish second, runners-up in the FA Cup, we won our group in the Champions League, I said it was a fantastic season and I knew why I was saying that".

"The players, they tried, they raised the level of their effort, they raised the level of their intensity".

Jose Mourinho has defended Paul Scholes' right to express an opinion as "freedom of speech" after the Manchester United legend called the current manager "embarrassing".

"I think it's a bad situation".

"We knew that we wouldn't create 20 chances".

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"We tried to play but in some crucial positions in the building up phase we don't have players with the technical quality to play out from the back".

The former Chelsea coach is clearly unhappy at the club and has been for some time now and this latest attack from a rival player is only going to crank up the pressure another notch.

However, despite the draw Mourinho is not out of the woods just yet as he has not managed a win in his last four games.

United are up against Juventus in their next two Champions League games, as they will host the Italian giants on October 23 before the reverse fixture in Turin on Nov 7.

Mourinho then showed how far expectations have been lowered at the club, which dominated English football for two decades under former manager Alex Ferguson. "It will be good for the team if we can beat Newcastle".

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