Jose Mourinho angry Manchester United 'always shoot themselves'

Claude Puel's Leicester are ninth in the Premier League

Claude Puel's Leicester are ninth in the Premier League

Arsenal defender Rob Holding could face a long spell out after suffering a knee injury in the 2-2 draw against Manchester United. "I wasn't really 100 per cent fit, but I feel raring to go now".

"I think he is one of the best coaches ever and for me it is a dream come true to be alongside him and to learn from him. He was very polite with me in every moment".

The same goes for United as a whole, having limped through recent weeks.

"You've got to take the positives from somewhere and that's the job of the management to say: 'Right, there were certain things we can take positives from, then build on it'".

He could walk into a press room 24 hours before a Champions League clash against Barcelona in the Camp Nou and boldly name his starting lineup without fear of the opposition making him pay for his supreme confidence. "Leading the game, especially going in at half-time, always puts you in a comfortable position and if we can do that now for the remainder of this season it would help us".

"Coming off the World Cup, I played a lot of games over the course of last season and it kind of paid a toll", the 25-year-old said.

Tottenham have a big squad to find a solution while it is more hard for us to put in place the team.

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And when Pogba was introduced to the game against Arsenal with only 15 minutes remaining, fans had varying emotions with him on the pitch and Ince believes that the supporters are now seeing what Pogba has really brought since his arrival.

Lingard knows the players owed a response following the meek 2-2 draw at struggling Southampton - a result that saw fingers pointed and pressure mount.

I said to the players now we need to finish this week well [against Huddersfield Town]. "To win our games we need more quality and today it was not enough".

"The first pretty much 20 seconds, it got the crowd up on their feet and it kind of gave us a buzz after that".

United twice came from behind against Arsenal - fast becoming a feature of the season - to prove they are not ready to throw in the towel and Dalot insists the whole squad is behind the manager.

"We want to make a point there".

This is the problem with Mourinho: When he tries to surprise, the tactic does not work, but when he rolls out the old game plan, that does not work, either.

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