Jose Mourinho blasts Manchester United players over lack of commitment

Nov 27, 2018, 01:11
Jose Mourinho blasts Manchester United players over lack of commitment

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho wants his side to take the game to Young Boys straight from kick-off when they face the Swiss club in a Champions League tie at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

'What's new?' I hear you cry... "You must play with brain and also with heart and I think there was not enough heart". I think we are getting there. "When you're not the gap is obviously going to be big".

Chris Smalling admitted today that struggling Manchester United were utterly frustrated by their failure to beat lowly Crystal Palace.

"I think De Ligt's definitely on Manchester United's list", he said on The Transfer Window podcast. 'Probably you thought Jose told them to start slow. "I want them to start strong and go for it nearly immediately".

United are languishing off the pace in the battle to finish in the Premier League's top four after their latest setback in a hard season.

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Victor Lindelof was absent from training on Monday ahead of Manchester United's Champions League clash with Young Boys. "I think we've got the manager, the players to do that".

"It is not a crucial game, but I want to play like it is the last chance to qualify". The team that I will play tomorrow, I want to put out a team where they can cope well with that happiness with a decisive game.

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Mourinho claimed that his players should have treated the Palace match as "special", arguing that they failed to do so. Could the likes of Fred or Marouane Fellaini return?

If a much altered dynamic between Shaw and his manager has seen their relationship move from the point of apparently irreparable breakdown to a state of seemingly mutual trust, it has proved a rare positive at Old Trafford this season.

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"We decide to change hotel".

"We are not coming from the city centre". We are staying at a hotel a few metres away. Supporters will not want him to lose his stride under Mourinho by spending too long on the sidelines.

The 23-year-old was included as one of four Man United players that Mourinho said "are still missing something" in an interview last month.

"What's the solution? You can not change players" natures dramatically. "If you feel pressure, stay at home. and I don't mean stadium home, I mean home home!"

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