Louis Saha backs Jose Mourinho, chastises Paul Pogba for inappropriate comments

Sherman Parsons
October 10, 2018

Jose Mourinho remains in charge of Manchester United, despite the rumours which circulated on Friday.

The United manager has been heavily criticised following the club's troubled start to the season with his side lying eighth with just four wins from eight games.

Romagnoli has been impressive for the San Siro outfit in recent years and has cemented himself as one of Italy's most promising defenders.

The Football Association is to investigate comments made by Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho as he walked along the touchline after Saturday's 3-2 win over Newcastle, Press Association Sport understands.

"It was a great result (against Newcastle) - any team that comes from 2-0 down".

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The episode is also embarrassing for the club after his conduct this season was criticised by former United players - leading to claims from Mourinho that he is the victim of a manhunt. If Man United paid a lot of money for him, it's because he's a good player.

"I said the same thing when Louis van Gaal was there". "I want you to do this and I'd go out there and do it".

Mourinho's Manchester United team went on to beat Newcastle United 3-2, having come back from two goals behind and Rooney said that the recent run of poor results had reminded him of the hard times during Louis van Gaal's two-year reign at the club.

Rooney says it's up to the player to turn it around, not the under fire Jose Mourinho. Personally, I think he [Van Gaal] set us up brilliantly the way but we didn't produce on the pitch, so I am sure that is getting said behind the scenes.

"They knew that the team needed help".

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