Andreas Pereira likes Instagram post slamming Jose Mourinho's tactics

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Old Trafford was under the spotlight on Tuesday as Jose Mourinho tried to get a tune out of a side that had failed to win their three previous matches.

United captain Antonio Valencia added fuel to this earlier in the week when he liked a post calling for Mourinho's sacking.

Former Manchester United defender Ferdinand has sympathy for the Ivory Coast global following a mixed start to his career at Old Trafford.

While it has been Mourinho that has taken some stinging criticism from former players such as Paul Scholes during the week, Keane has taken aim at the players.

Scholes' comments came in the build-up to a goalless Champions League draw with Valencia, also stating his surprise that Mourinho survived a 3-1 Premier League defeat to West Ham on Saturday. "There are things it is hard for me to say, I do not want to attract any more criticism for being too open", he said.

'It looks to me as though they're not interested in playing for Jose Mourinho anymore.

United will look for a much-needed win before the worldwide break when Newcastle United arrive at Old Trafford in the Premier League this Saturday.

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The Ecuadorian later wrote he liked the post "without reading the text".

Of course, it wasn't long before Valencia's pointed "like" caught the attention of fans, which has ultimately led to the Ecuadorian right-back issuing a mea culpa in the cold, harsh light of Wednesday morning.

"These are not my views and I apologise for this", the full-back said on Twitter.

Asked after Tuesday's game about his relationship with the United manager, Valencia said: "I have never had any problems with anyone, thanks be to God".

"But, If you're not picking up results and there's this black cloud hanging around Old Trafford, your time as manager is running out".

"Don't get that anxious about what the manager's said about you, or the coaching staff, you get out there and play".