Published: Mon, October 08, 2018
Sport | By Matt Richards

Gary Neville launches blistering attack on Manchester United

Gary Neville launches blistering attack on Manchester United

MANCHESTER, UNITED KINGDOM: Jose Mourinho accused his critics of staging a "manhunt" to get him sacked after Manchester United rescued their under-fire manager with a dramatic 3-2 win over Newcastle on Saturday.

After conceding twice in the opening ten minutes at Old Trafford and United fans left shocked, it looked like the 55-year-old Portuguese manager's fate had been sealed at the club. We have played against five of the top six already.

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"Jose Mourinho is one of the best managers in the world".

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All three goals were in front of the Stretford End, goals which fans hope will be a turning point in United's terrible season.

"The fans were wonderful, they pushed us on".

There to be got at!

Manchester United United came from behind to win 3-2 against Newcastle United.

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According to the Mirror, Mourinho has lost the confidence of the board with "senior United sources" telling the paper that the Portuguese coach's almost two-and-a-half-years in charge will end whatever the outcome of the league game against the Magpies.

"A team that is always very well organised against, especially the teams of the first part of the table, where their manager is very bright on his analyse of the opponents qualities and to try to stop them". Normally, in all the teams I have been, we used to have some kind of dinner with the owner or the president.

"As a friend of mine was saying to me this morning, if tomorrow it rains in London it is my fault, " Mourinho said. Even without the victory I would leave the stadium with pride because of what the boys did or tried to do.

It was a much improved performance in the second half by the home side and former Newcastle striker Shearer says the fact they turned things around shows that the players are also to blame for recent form, along with the manager and Woodward. The rest of the first half saw him signal his frustration at various times with outstretched arms, and at others stand more or less motionless with a face like thunder. At the end when you are defending crosses against seven players that are so big, it's not easy.

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