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Sunday, 30 September 2018

United Players Believe Boss Mourinho Is Set For Sack THIS WEEK After Shock Defeat At West Ham - It Is Their Worst Start In 29 Years

Manchester United players return home after heavy defeat to West Ham
Manchester United staff believe Jose Mourinho could be sacked by the end of this week. United produced a woeful display as they lost 3-1 at West Ham on Saturday to record their worst start in 29 years which leaves them nine points off the top of the Premier League table. Players and staff were openly discussing the prospect of Mourinho losing his job following the game as they made the journey back to Manchester on Saturday afternoon.
Speaking on BT Sport, former United defender Rio Ferdinand said: ‘I think there are some big decisions to be made at Manchester United now.

Manchester United staff believe Jose Mourinho could be sacked by the end of this week
‘I think the hierarchy and the people who run the club, people like [executive chairman] Ed Woodward, are having conversations at that level as to where they go from here. 
'At the moment there doesn’t seem to be that togetherness in the changing room. Decisions on the manager, the squad, how they are going to take this club forward. There has to be improvements.’
Mourinho was already reeling from a week in which his side were dumped out at the third-round stage of the Carabao Cup by Championship side Derby and another public clash with Paul Pogba in training.
Other players such as Marcus Rashford have also felt the manager’s ire as Mourinho struggles to get his group to respond and divisions within it grow.
Speaking at half-time, old boy Paul Scholes said: ‘It’s probably as bad as you’ll see from a United team for quite some time.
‘We spoke about attitude before the game. It’s been questioned over the last four weeks and today it has to be questioned again.
‘The hunger and desire to get against people just wasn’t there.’ 
Paul Pogba and his Manchester United team-mates were pictured at Wilmslow station
Paul Pogba and his Manchester United team-mates were pictured at Wilmslow station

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