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Valencia look to extend Manchester United's poor run

02 October 2018

"I think some players care more than others".

"I'm not asking you who did you speak to this morning or your last phone call". His reign as United manager is following the same path as those at Chelsea (twice) and Real Madrid - he is lighting fires and seemingly not caring how badly he gets burned.

West Ham United started the season by losing their first four Premier League matches.

Interim head coach Dave Sarachan - USMNT general manager Earnie Stewart said last month that he intends to hire Bruce Arena's permanent replacement by the end of the year - has chosen 24 players, 15 of which are 23 years and under, to take on Colombia (Oct. 11, in Tampa, Fla.) and Peru (Oct. 16, in East Hartford, Conn.).

"Of course when you play for Man United everyone expects that you win games".

From the selection of personas available to him in times of alleged crisis, José Mourinho chose the sunny, upbeat one for the press conference ahead of the Champions League meeting with Valencia that could, theoretically, turn into his last game in charge. "You see some people on the outside look like they haven't lost a game, but in training they are working hard". We're the ones who go on the pitch. Today the Manchester United manager responded to rumours about a conversation with Zinedine Zidane in flawless fashion.

Mourinho will have a chance to silence his critics when his side host Valencia in the UEFA Champions League on Tuesday.

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"Hello, hello", he said theatrically, as he walked into the room, smiling as he surveyed his audience, attempting to play down any sense of crisis.

"The performance on the pitch, in my opinion, is the effect of many factors - of many factors".

"Saturday was one of my worst games since I joined Man United, I look in the mirror and ask where I need to improve", Matic said.

He is considered by many to be the favourite to succeed Mourinho at Old Trafford, with the Portuguese coach having come under pressure following his side's poor start to the new season and his public tug-of-war with Paul Pogba. "The reason why we don't win matches is the same reason we win matches - it is the responsibility of everybody".

United now look far from contenders, but they can take a huge step towards the last 16 by moving six points clear of Valencia in Group H on Tuesday.

"I think individually and as a team we were bad".

Valencia look to extend Manchester United's poor run