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It's Understandable Jose Mourinho Is Fed Up, Former Man Utd Star Says

It's Understandable Jose Mourinho Is Fed Up, Former Man Utd Star Says

Under-fire manager Jose Mourinho has shown why he is loved by so many Manchester United fans after a wonderful gesture for an away supporter at Burnley.

Mourinho has come under significant pressure in recent weeks after Manchester United lost two of their opening three Premier League games, including a shock 3-2 defeat to Brighton.

Manchester United returned to winning ways with their 2-0 victory over Burnley over the weekend.

"They say I'm in danger, but I don't think so".

Friday's pre-match press conference saw a defiant Mourinho battling against the war of the words, defending his record by issuing a reminder of the eight league titles he won across spells at Real Madrid, Inter Milan and Chelsea.

Two goals from Romelu Lukaku were enough to secure the three points, while Paul Pogba also missed a penalty.

The Metro adds that Herrera's team are certain they will receive offers for the 29-year-old in January and are frustrated that United haven't presented the Spaniard a new deal yet.

England star Rashford has had a hard start to the new season, failing to score or assist a goal in United's first four games. "I didn't see planes but Ed Woodward won 2-0 this afternoon".

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Sean Dyche felt Manchester United were just too strong for his side, as they suffered a third-successive Premier League defeat.

"Today from the beginning we needed to go there like a lion and try to score in every single action", he said.

Their latest defeat was a 2-0 loss at home to Manchester United on Sunday but they now have two weeks to recharge their energy levels during the worldwide break.

"I did my best to keep the boys in it, especially when Marcus (Rashford) got sent off I really thought we could do something, but it wasn't to be". "It left the club without a certain type of experience that the biggest club in the world needs", Schmeichel said on Monday.

"We will work together and get the right things done".

He told the BBC: "I don't know what happened. Sometimes people talk about the perception but the reality was on the pitch and the reality is if you want to be a contender, today you need to win".

"They were very good in the early stages of the game, had us on the back foot very early, and it's one of those.it's very good thinking to yourself "go and do this and do that", but it's hard when you're out there".