Mourinho: Face the pressure or stay at home


Last week, it was claimed that United boss Jose Mourinho had made a personal check on Witsel during Belgium's recent UEFA Nations League clash with Iceland.

Now Scholes, Ferdinand and ex-United midfielder Owen Hargreaves have twisted the knife further in the wake of United's goalless draw against Crystal Palace. Get out while you can, men. "I want them to start strong and have a go nearly immediately".

Their current average of 1.3 goals per game at Old Trafford is nearly half the total the team were scoring at home in Ferguson's final campaign.

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Jose Mourinho isn't feeling the heat quite as much as he was in early October, but things are still far from flawless at Manchester United. They were down 2-0 and had to go out and do something so I don't know why they don't start the game like that - go out and play like they used to.

However, Mourinho rejected suggestions that his players find it easier to play away and laughed off a suggestion that playing at Old Trafford brought added pressure ahead of facing the Swiss champions.

Mourinho's woes were further compounded when he confirmed that his much improved and increasingly influential Sweden defender Victor Lindelöf will be absent because of a muscle injury - nearly certainly his thigh - and could also be sidelined over the impending festive period. "If you feel pressure when people come to support you stay at [your] home and watch on TV". "I never felt pressure to play at home". I want to play like a knockout game. Chris Smalling should hold on to his place in the heart of the defence though, and is likely to be paired up with Manchester United's forgotten man Eric Bailly. See Mourinho turn into the "Incredible Hulk" below.

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"What he said the other day, that was more a generational thing", said Shaw. "This has given them a 93% chance of progress according to the Euro Club Index Link whereas United's chance would have been closer to 50/50 had they lost".

"It's frustrating because what I want is the team to start strong, is the team to go strong on the opponent, not to be waiting, not to be reactive but proactive", Mourinho said, having also said his side are "not very good on second balls".

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