Scholes 'surprised' Mourinho remained in job, says manager is 'embarrassing' club

Scholes 'surprised' Mourinho remained in job, says manager is 'embarrassing' club

Scholes 'surprised' Mourinho remained in job, says manager is 'embarrassing' club

Manchester United's winless run has stretched to four games across all competitions courtesy of a dour goalless draw with Valencia in the Champions League this evening.

Jose Mourinho is someone who purports to be all about the small details so what sort of message did that send ahead of another game United had to win?

Sir Alex Ferguson used to say Manchester United was a bus that waits for no man.

After the game, United's players were criticised for a lack of effort and attitude.

United take on Valencia today, with the manager wanting to take a positive result away from the match.

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"I think there are things that is hard for me to say and if I say something amusing, I'm leaving would be another reason to criticise me and I think you have enough", he told a news conference.

"I'm actually slightly surprised he survived after Saturday, the performance was so bad", he told BT Sport.

Jose Mourinho has recalled Alexis Sanchez to the starting eleven after the Chilean global was axed for the defeat at West Ham on Saturday.

Fresh from a humbling week in which they exited the EFL Cup to Derby County and lost 3-1 to West Ham in the Premier League, Jose Mourinho's side produced another lifeless display in their second continental game of the season.

'We tried to play but in some crucial positions in the building up phase we don't have the technical quality to build from the back. We knew we wouldn't create 20 chances we know that our attacking players are not also in their best moment of confidence and individual performance level.

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