- The entire Manchester United team is currently in crisis
- Jose Mourinho and some players have been involved in multiple rows
- The Red Devils have not won a match in the last four games
Manchester United stars have reportedly been hurt by their manager Jose Mourinho constant attack on the team and they have turned against him, Mirror in.
The Portuguese gaffer has lost support form the dressing and could been relieved of his duties after United's Premier League match with Newcastle.
The Red Devils are still looking for a win in four games including their Carabao Cup loss to Derby County and he is on the brink of sack.
The former Chelsea manager has clashed with a couple of players including Anthony Martial, Paul Pogba, Alexis Sanchez and captain Antonio Valencia.
There are also reports claiming some players believe Mourinho is too quick to point the finger at individuals which has affected the confidence of the team.
In a brief press conference Mourinho refused to explain why the club are struggling but did admit it was not good enough.
When asked why things were not working, he said: “For many different reasons.”
And then when asked if he could give reasons and he replied: “No.”
Asked if it was not good enough Mourinho said: “Yes, I accept.
“I know we are in the beginning of October and we look to tables all around Europe and in many of the leagues the tables in September and October don't reflect what is going to happen in a few months or even at the end of the season.
“But we are in a position where we can do much better and to do that we need points, points that we lost especially in the last two Premier League matches, with one point out of six.
“We know that to improve that position we need to win these three points, but we know that our opposition also need the points.
“They have a very, very very good coach, a team that is always very well organised, against especially the teams of the first part of the table, where their manager is very bright on his analysis of the opposition qualities and to try to stop them.
“The results they've had against the top teams didn't get them points yet this season, but gave them very, very close results and very difficult matches for the opposition. So we expect a difficult match.”
Meanwhile, NAIJ.com had earlier reported Antonio Valencia has made his stance known about Jose Mourinho after liking an Instagram post calling for the Manchester United manager's sack.
After United's draw with Valencia in the Champions League, a fan described the team playing under Mourinho as a form of punishment and suggested the Portuguese manager be axed.
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