"I think now, I'd like to see him stay". But there is something rotten to the core.
"If this is true and Jose Mourinho is going to walk out to Old Trafford as nearly a dead man walking, those fans will absolutely turn towards that boardroom".
But the United players suddenly found it within themselves to fight back at last against a Newcastle team no doubt shocked to find themselves in such a commanding position and trying to consolidate their lead. "For me, it's not easy, too, but I think life is made of experiences and some are new and some are deja vu, but this is new".
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Jose Mourinho will not give up without a fight and neither, it seems, will his Manchester United players.
Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho on Newcastle's results: "The results they had against the top teams didn't get them points yet this season but gave them very, very close results and very hard matches for the opposition, so we expect a hard match".
"I'm furious going back three or four years ago when they sacked David Moyes when it broke a day before to journalists", Neville said.
Sources at United have told ESPN FC that they believe Mourinho to be increasingly unhappy and ill-tempered at the club. I understand things in the human nature nowadays and in the industry where I work, I used to love it, I still love it is but it is different.
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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. I absolutely love it to death, it's been my life.
"I hope it's not true but, if it is true, it's an absolute disgrace".
The under-pressure Portuguese manager may agree with Merson's assessment of the Magpies' current attacking threat however it's clear that he wouldn't choose to play Benitez's side ahead of anyone, as it's a hard game.
Mourinho added: "With such huge games coming up later in the month, it would obviously be good for our confidence to end this current run of fixtures with an important victory this afternoon at home".
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