Nemanja Matic sends critical message to Man United about title challenge

Nemanja Matic sends critical message to Man United about title challenge

Nemanja Matic sends critical message to Man United about title challenge

Hughes is no stranger to being snubbed, having previously been ignored by Tony Pulis and Arsène Wenger, among others, but what are the other famous handshakes in football that didn't happen?

Jose Mourinho refused to shake Mark Hughes' hands. It all started in 2009 with Sam Allardyce.

"I prefer not to answer the question about handshakes, it's a bad question". Sometimes managers of top-six clubs don't take negative results too kindly.

Despite dropping points, United remain top of the Premier League table but Mourinho says Stoke were only playing for a draw.

Mourinho brushed aside the issue in his post-match press conference, though he was keen to stress he was not in the wrong when asked before his press conference. "It makes it look like it's my fault but that's not right", he said. "I think it probably is a fair result", said Mourinho.

When Jose doesn't get what he wants, his eagerness to promote a sense of injustice bubbles to the surface, with anyone he can find to explain away his disappointment considered to be fair game in a PR campaign created to protect the reputation of him and his team.

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"They defended a lot and it's becoming quite trendy in the Premier League, this way of defending".

As reported by The Telegraph, the Stoke manager told his counterpart to "f**k off" after the Manchester United manager encroached into his technical area.

"Goodness knows, we had too many free-kicks against us, but that wasn't because we're a physical team, it was because the referee misinterpreted too many things in my view".

"Yeah, it's great to see them score again and they are very important players for us", added Matic.

Manchester United will switch their focus to the Champions League on Wednesday night when the Red Devils host Swiss side Basel in their group-stage opener.

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