Mourinho, whose tetchiness in the pre-match press conference made ripples, can not wait to be on the touchline on Monday. There, he was asked whether he had any problems with Ed Woodward, the coach responded of course and simply stated "NO".
The growing unrest at Old Trafford was compounded last weekend when United were defeated 3-2 by Brighton but Mourinho insists there is no tension between himself and the club's hierarchy. I feel we played well against Leicester and we won. "Against Spurs? I would like to play well and win".More news: Katy Perry Shades Ariana Grande Jacket, Instagram Diss
Mourinho would not be drawn on whether this was frustrating.
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According to Manchester Evening News, Jamie said: "Mourinho once told me after losing his job at Chelsea how he could see how management was evolving, players no longer receptive or tolerant to criticism even behind closed doors". The team, despite targetting Toby Alderweireld and Harry Maguire, failed to add any solid additions to their central defense, which has come under wide scrutiny.
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Mourinho did go on to admit that it has been a trying week following the loss but rejected a suggestion that the Tottenham game represents a good chance to get back on track. A win would help Mourinho calm down things, while a defeat would only further intensify fans want for Mourinho's sacking.