Mourinho pledges to turn Man United around amid sack report

Kristopher Nichols
October 6, 2018

But the spotlight on Mourinho intensified when Britain's Daily Mirror newspaper reported late Friday he would be sacked regardless of the result of United's match at home to Newcastle in the Premier League on Saturday.

Reports emerged on Friday night that a decision had already been taken to remove Mourinho but Sky Sports News has been told no such decision has been made by the powers-that-be at Old Trafford.

Manchester United have failed to win in their last four games, across three competitions, the manager has been fighting with his players, fans are fed up with the style of football and Jose Mourinho has been under ever increasing pressure.

"This is the fourth manager in six years, so you have to start looking at the people who appoint the manager".

"It has to be someone this time round that will be given time because of his affection and his history with the football club".

"I'm very realistic - I know January is a hard window", said Benitez.

"I think he's got some real quality in the squad who are very low in confidence".

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"I love that football club".

Rafa Benitez's side are still searching for a first win of the campaign and will be keen to get the ball rolling at Old Trafford on Saturday evening.

He also reiterated earlier claims that last season's second place finish was "phenomenal" because "opponents with much more potential than us finished behind us", an apparent reference to Liverpool, Chelsea and Spurs.

MANCHESTER, England- Jose Mourinho has admitted Manchester United's dismal run of form is unacceptable but says his players are better than their start to the season suggests.

And United's manager - who signed Kenedy (pictured) and Martin Dubravka last January - is confident he can persuade players to join the club in the window if he's given the right backing. Get some leadership. For me, at this moment in time, I am furious.

Giggs insisted the Portuguese should stay put as firing the manager would leave United in the same mess years to come. I told you last season was a fantastic season for us and if you want something more, in pre-season I also said that this season was going to be very hard.

With games coming thick and fast, and Mourinho appearing to be struggling with personal relationships with his players within the club, many will argue the club is in need of a fresh face.

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