Manchester United's Jose Mourinho 'inspirational' to other managers - Mauricio Pochettino

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"Three for me, and two for them".

Asked about the thousands of empty seats at the final whistle, Mourinho replied: "I would do the same (leave early) losing 3-0, taking two hours from here to the centre of Manchester, because is where I live and after matches it takes two hours, so keep trying, keep trying, keep trying".

Whether it's for his team's recent sub-par performances, his touchline antics or media conference fireworks, Jose Mourinho is never far from the headlines.

In his managerial career, Mourinho has won three Premier League titles at the helm of Chelsea FC, winning two (2004-05, 2005-06) during his first spell with the club, and another (2014-15) during his second tenure at Stamford Bridge.

With his team already six points off the top of the Premier League, some reports have suggested United may look to replace Mourinho should the team's form not drastically improve in the near future.

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Harry Kane believes Tottenham Hotspur's 3-0 win at Manchester United on Monday has laid down a marker regarding their title challenge.

When the game got underway, the teams fought out an entertaining but goalless first half.

Mourinho admitted after the Spurs game that he does not know his best back four, while there's also a lack of clarity in the forward department.

And then, repeating the word "respect" over and over again, he was gone.

Mourinho's relationship with key players appears fractured.

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Mourinho has been on a collision course with both of the Frenchman for some time.

Manchester United is one of the most valuable clubs on the planet, which means the expectations are always sky-high.

While a stony-faced Mourinho went through a freakish post-match ritual of applauding the United fans in one corner of the stadium before angrily ending a news conference, Pochettino oozed contentment, embracing his players one by one. "To play offensively, or for a certain result?"

"When you have so many opportunities to score in the first 60 or 70 minutes and you don't do it, the opponent can score", Herrera said.

Sanchez, who didn't start against Spurs, played with freedom at Arsenal but seems to be restricted at United, where he is tasked with more defensive duties, while after an impressive display in the opening-day 2-1 win over Leicester, Pogba has been a shadow of the player who starred at the World Cup for France.

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