Manchester United dismiss report Mourinho will be sacked today

Toby Graves
October 7, 2018

It was United's first win the Premier League since mid-September. "You have to look at not the manager but the people who are bringing them in, the people signing the players and sanctioning the deals". They deserve even if game ends 2-2.

What a moment. United needed this entering the worldwide break, but will it be enough for Mourinho to keep his job? It's been my life, it's given me everything and I'm not turning on my football club, but I have to say, something has to change, and it isn't the manager.

The Venezuela worldwide missed the defeat to Leicester City last weekend, and he is going to be forced to miss the trip to Old Trafford too.

United need a manager who will put his stamp on a side that so often looks lost and unsure of their identity under Jose Mourinho and Pochettino has shown enough in his spell at Tottenham to suggest that he could be the man to do just that.

Ashley Young could return after a minor knock, but Mourinho will be without three of his key players. Get some leadership. For me, at this moment in time, I'm furious.

"There is something rotten to the core of the decisions that have been made over the last four or five years". "It is the life I love and since I was a kid I work for this".

Speaking on Sky Sports, Neville slammed the club without naming names, saying that the problems at his former club ran higher than the manager.

"If I'm the person who employs the guy underneath me and he fails, eventually I've got to take responsibility for it". The tail is wagging the dog.

While it is understood that patience is wearing thin among the United hierarchy, the immediacy of Friday's report sent ripples around the football world. "All of them have been really strong every year with good managers, good players, so I don't see any fragile Manchester United team". So, read on for Manchester United v Newcastle live stream options, team news, predicted XIs, stats and TV channel info.

Leader Manchester City and second-place Liverpool meet on Sunday, the same day as Chelsea faces Southampton, and Arsenal plays London rival Fulham.

While the Magpies boss' tactics may have not racked up the points, by adapting a defensive style when playing the so-called big sides in the league, he frustrates and forces them to play to their best to get any sort of a positive result.

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