The ESPN FC panel wonder why Manchester United supporters haven't made their voices heard over the direction their club has taken under Jose Mourinho Manchester United's Jose Mourinho insists he is getting repeatedly frustrated by his side making the same mistakes every game but is happy with his side's spirit.
"When the team is defensively stronger I think the horizons for Fred change completely".
Nearly everyone, including the United faithful, had their money on an Arsenal win but a late error by Sead Kolasinac allowed the home side to level the score for the second time as the game ended 2-2 at the full-time whistle. The 25-year-old has been an unused substitute in five of the past seven matches and did not even make the bench for Wednesday's 2-2 draw against Arsenal.
The midfielder, who has not featured in any of United's past four league matches, has lost his place in the Brazil squad after struggling to make an impression at Old Trafford.
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Mourinho did not directly criticise Pogba after the draw against Southampton but made it clear he was unhappy with the performance of his midfield.
"But I prefer to say the team as a team had that mentality and we have to try to transport to this game (against Fulham)".
The United manager is full of respect for new Fulham manager Claudio Ranieri, the man he replaced when taking his first English job at Chelsea in 2004.
"The game is not going to be 11 against zero, it's going to be 11 against 11". One of the things have noticed in England is that there are no weak games in the Premier League.