Jose Mourinho goes on freakish post-match rant after Newcastle win

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"They gave everything, and I don't want to say we were lucky because we fought so much for that, but I think the boys, they deserve it, even if the result ends with a 2-2", Mourinho said.

"For me, Pogba shows too much of himself". Some reports suggest that United officials could show Mourinho the door during next week's global break.

But Gary Neville, once an Old Trafford team-mate of Scholes, said the Mirror's report, if true, meant United's hierarchy, were playing "Football Manager (a computer game) with the biggest club in the world".

As per Goal, the former Russian Federation manager stated that the two players Mourinho was really keen on were Inter's Milan Skriniar and Napoli's Kalidou Koulibaly.

"I said on Monday Night Football it can get to the stage where it becomes untenable and you have to make a change for everybody", Carragher continued.

It was a poor transfer window for the Old Trafford unit, after they got only Fred, third-choice goalkeeper Lee Grant, and young right-back Diogo Dalot. When you are in your own city, your own stadium, and you have 75 minutes minimum on the bus, I think that this is quite hard to accept. I think, really, some of the boys, in spite of them not being the man that is hunted, I think that they are not coping well with it.

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"The worldwide break has come at a bad time for Manchester United because they'll lose a bit of their momentum now, they would have loved to be playing in a couple of days".

"In my football memories, I remember [as manager of Chelsea] I beat Liverpool at Anfield 4-0 and I was amazed the stadium was singing their song, but now I am in a situation where I'm losing 2-0 at home in a match everyone knows is important for us to win, and they were wonderful".

Christian Atsu hopes Newcastle United pile compound the misery of fellow strugglers Manchester United ahead of the meeting of the two sides on Saturday.

The result lifts them only into eighth place in the table, but the impact it could have on Mourinho's future could be hugely important.

"There were question marks, would this team fight for this manager? A bad Brexit deal is my fault". I absolutely love it to death, it's been my life. When you have been at a club for two and a half years, you expect to see an identity or a pattern of play, but I don't see that here.