Former Valencia star Pablo Hernandez predicts loss for Manchester United

Dean Simpson
October 3, 2018

Speaking on BT Sport, he said: 'I'm in football for more than two decades and I've never believed, maybe I'm naive, maybe I am naive, but I never believed in a divided dressing room because I never believed in a player who goes to the pitch and doesn't want to win'.

It means that Mourinho will soon be getting another massive cash pay-out after causing chaos at another top club and it may well be the last time we see him managing in England's top division as no top club would touch him now. Jose Mourinho experimented with a back three but that decision backfired.

Has a Manchester United manager ever so obviously self-immolated in the way that José Mourinho did in the defeat at West Ham on Saturday? "The leaders need to be on the pitch".

"I don't think with talking you can resolve something", Matic said.

Now we are witnessing something similar as he has clearly had a massive fall-out with Paul Pogba and it has come down to a straight fight between player and manager to see who can outlast each other at United.

'The team is always more important than individual.

"For me, I played one of the worst games since I signed for Man United".

"Certainly with two worldwide breaks coming, one in a couple of weeks and one later on with more hard fixtures, I think he may have a huge problem if he doesn't turn it around very quickly".

With United having beaten Young Boys 3-0 a fortnight ago, and Valencia losing 2-0 to Juventus, a victory for the hosts would put them in a strong position to qualify from the group stages.

The Champions League match between Manchester United and Valencia will be broadcast live on TNT.

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