Mourinho hits back at critics despite Manchester United woes

Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho

Man United tasted their first defeat of the season at Brighton & Hove Albion before being hammered by Mauricio Pochettino's Spurs.

"You hear a lot of people saying Jose Mourinho needs to get the best out of him but he needs to do it for himself and prove he's at that level to help Man United".

On being asked whether Giggs could replace Mourinho, the former Welsh global said, "Manchester United have got a fantastic manager already there".

"I am the manager of one of the greatest clubs in the world, but I am also one of the greatest managers in the world", Mourinho told reporters on Friday.

He added: "I had great success last season and that's what you probably don't want to admit". "Did you read any philosopher?"

"We've got a really good group, a good group of hard workers and fantastic talents everywhere you look on the field". OK, so, just as an example: Hegel says the truth is in the whole.

In two spells at Chelsea and at Porto, Inter Milan and Real Madrid he always won the league in his second campaign.

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With the chance to go up against World Cup victor Paul Pogba once again, as well as Brazilian pair Fred and Andreas Pereira, the 29-year-old added: "We've had some great matches already this season in the Europa League. And I answer the question".

"Do you ask the same question to the manager that finished third in Premier League last season or the manager that finished fourth or fifth?" You do what you want, I do what I want.

The 23-year-old defender's fortunes faltered last season, with Jose Mourinho preferring Ashley Young in his starting line-up - helping the veteran prove his form to win a place in the England World Cup squad.

The news has sparked speculation that the player is trying to outlast manager Jose Mourinho, who is under pressure following United's poor start to the season.

His latest critique is certainly closer to the latter, as Souness accuses Pogba - who despite two league goals has been disappointing for a struggling United side this season - of only being concerned about how "cool he looks". Yep.

"We did a good 60 or 70 minutes (against Spurs) and should have been winning 2-0 at halftime, but we didn't".

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