Manchester United boss José Mourinho fumed at the recent criticism midfielder Paul Pogba has received from club legend Paul Scholes in the aftermath of their 2-0 win at Everton. "It's not Scholes' fault either, it's just the way football is". In fact, it most quarters that would be seen as good management, and that's how we feel about this.
"Some people think they have to be at the club but that's a problem I can not solve".
According to Mourinho, United are actually more dynamic and play with more freedom without Lukaku and Ibrahimovic.
Lukaku has scored 10 goals and provided four assists in 21 league appearances for United this season as the Old Trafford outfit sit 12 points behind leaders Manchester City in second position, having played one more game.
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"I believe you make the decisions but I also believe that some clubs or some managers have good friends in the right chairs and I don't have them".
The visitors were inspired by Pogba, who was criticised by Scholes following Saturday's goal-less draw at home to Southampton, and Mourinho took the opportunity to return fire.
Lingard's future at United as a first-team player is not under doubt but if Jose indeed decides to jump into the market and get an attacking player, his role as a starter will definitely be under the cloud. I think Scholes will be in the history books as a phenomenal player, but not as a pundit'.
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Martial curled the ball into the top corner from the edge of the area in the 57th minute after impressive play from Paul Pogba as Jose Mourinho's stuttering side finally came alive after the break following an uninspiring first-half display.
"It's not that they can't compete financially, but the profile of the players they have are all very different", he told Sky Sports News.
"I hope that if one day he became a coach, he could achieve 25 percent of the success that I have had".
As the immortal Wayne Gretzky famously said, "you miss 100% of the shots that you don't take", so Lingard should just keep firing away. We had to stop him playing because he was saying "I feel unbelievable, I should go and play".
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