Manchester United manager admits results not good enough

Sanchez hasn't been able to keep hold of the ball this season. Image PA Images

Sanchez hasn't been able to keep hold of the ball this season. Image PA Images

Manchester United's Alexis Sánchez has had enough of Jose Mourinho.

Off-field issues seem to be disrupting the squad, with numerous reports of fall-outs between players and the head coach.

Television cameras picked up a spat involving Pogba and Mourinho at United's training base which stoked their fiery dispute.

And Berbatov, who left United in 2012 after winning two Premier League titles, said it's been touch to watch the goings on from the outside.

However, when asked to assure the fans he was doing all he could to remedy United's problems, Mourinho did not reply. Very, very, very good coach.

'When you looked at the West Ham game last week, that looked like the biggest sign of players not wanting to play for Jose, but I would not sack him. I'm not expecting a lot of goals, to be honest with you. "Players want to enjoy their football and talk up their performances".

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Mourinho expressed confidence that the Premier League table would look different before long - United are now in 10th position - and suggested they would be in for a hard game against Rafael Benitez's Newcastle.

"It's all about giving the lads confidence I think", he said. You could see the way they were running around against Valencia chasing and fighting to show how much they care.

"I think Tuesday was a little bit different in that way". The only way that the Chilean global will remain at United is if Mourinho is sacked, this according to "The Sun".

If Newcastle come and win, say 3-0, then that could be the end but they are far more likely to review the situation following the City match.

Q: You've had a great home record everywhere you've been as a manager, how important is it to return to that this weekend against Newcastle? "When you're not at your best, the stadium is full and the fans aren't happy, and things aren't happening on the pitch it can be a terrible experience".

"The results they had against the top teams didn't get them points yet this season but gave them very close results". It's about giving them a run of games.

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