Jose Mourinho to stay at Manchester United

Jose Mourinho to stay at Manchester United

Jose Mourinho to stay at Manchester United

Explaining the reason for living in a hotel, Mourinho said: "I am very lazy and because I like to arrive in the hotel, I don't want anyone to be anxious because I live in a two square metres room".

After a relatively successful start to his United tenure last season, where they finished sixth in the league and won the Europa League and League Cup titles, Mourinho's side have been overshadowed by bitter rivals Manchester City this campaign.

There is no love lost between the pair and the Chelsea manager felt his patience snap after hearing comments from Mourinho on Thursday.

"I'm ready to fight for me, for my players, for the club, with everyone".

"For the other situation, I am repeating - there is a person who continues to look here".

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"If you look to the [Derby] players they are not Championship players, they are Premier League players. I have no problem".

"It's a great challenge for the players - one we are going to learn an bad lot from about the players and whether they can step up and take the responsibility in a game of that magnitude. At the same time, when I start to listen with regularity to this situation it is right to answer because it is amusing and I laugh a lot". Now it is very hard to do only cinema.

Wenger accused Eden Hazard of diving to earn a penalty in Wednesday's 2-2 Premier League draw, but Conte thinks other decisions went the Gunners' way. You have to accept the decision.

"I think if Arsène Wenger watched the game again, [he should] understand that he was very lucky during the game for refereeing decisions", Conte said.

The Italian was pleased to add Everton midfielder Ross Barkley to his squad, for a fee of around £15million. We will go there to try and play and show no fear. "He has good prospects for Chelsea".

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