Freedom of speech! Mourinho shrugs off Scholes criticism


Background shenanigans, disjointed displays and poor results have put Old Trafford in the eye of a storm, but Tuesday's Champions League tie offered the chance to divert some of the mounting focus.

Just as previous games gone by, United saw a lot of the ball in the early stages of the first half but they were unable to threaten the Valencia goal.

Manchester United are a club with proud traditions. "I'm surprised he survived after Saturday [when United lost 3-1 to West Ham], it was that bad, the attitude, the performance", Scholes told BT Sport. "I think you have enough reasons to criticise me", he said.

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The Argentinean was able to play a major role in the famous Hammers win at the weekend and his comments on the state of Manchester United were stunning in their bluntness. If he's still in charge when January arrives, there are four players Mourinho should consider who could solve United's centre-back problem.

Despite the lack of chances created, Mourinho was satisfied with what he saw from his under-pressure team. Our attacking players aren't in their best moments of confidence and individual level.

'The decision [about Pogba losing the captaincy] is for the coach to make, now we need to see the positives.

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"He's coming out in press conferences, having a go at players, people above him".

"I think his mouth is out of control, and I think he's embarrassing the club".

And, after calling the club a mess following the defeat, former United midfielder Scholes has admitted he is surprised Mourinho is still manager at Old Trafford.

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Asked if he is fully behind Mourinho, Valencia replied: 'One hundred per cent.