Jose Mourinho sends message to Man United supporters ahead of Valencia clash

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Jose Mourinho experimented with a back three but that decision backfired. "The leaders need to be on the pitch".

And, though Mourinho says losing is not a problem, he says he will not accept players that aren't giving their all.

"I don't think with talking you can resolve something", the midfielder told a news conference on Monday.

"If you talk in the dressing room, that doesn't mean anything".

Or an intermittently world-class, World Cup-winning midfielder who can barely string two coherent and dedicated hours together in a red shirt and hasn't the sincerity, seriousness of objective or testicular fortitude to make a position his own, take responsibility, seize a game, rouse his team-mates and tell his conniving agent to pipe down.

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Chelsea star Hazard performed his trademark move after scoring a stunning victor against Liverpool in the EFL Cup on Wednesday. The striker said afterwards: "This one was a nice goal, but it's more about just getting a result .

Last week, Mourinho clashed with Marcus Rashford after questioning his attitude in a team meeting, while several players, including Anthony Martial, Eric Bailly and Andres Pereira, reportedly side with Pogba against Mourinho. "Sometimes it can help, but the most important is on the pitch". "This game was really bad, but everyone has a responsibility for that".

According to the Daily Mail, the Portuguese coach has become an "isolated figure" at Old Trafford, and it has now been claimed that the United boss is barely on speaking terms with captain Antonio Valencia after dropping him for the West Ham United game on Saturday. I thought that as a player and I think it even more as a manager.

Manchester United lost the game 3-1 at London Stadium after another poor showing.

As a Liverpool man, I'm laughing my socks off at United's implosion and I'm sure their fans would do the same if it the same scenario was happening at Liverpool, but what surprises me is that this is so predictable.

Manchester United will today take on Valencia in the Champions League fixture at Old Trafford.