Subscribe to our SMS sports service by texting "SPORTS" to 22840. When you are in your own city, your own stadium, and you have 75 minutes minimum on the bus, I think that this is quite hard to accept.
The Glazer-led hierarchy at United has a long-held policy of not speaking publicly about club matters, however, and neither the Americans nor Woodward have been prepared to alter their stance, opting instead to operate a "business as usual" approach.
Mourinho's job is said to be on the line, and he was the focus for criticisms in yet another disastrous showing at Old Trafford.
"I'm sick of him moaning about what he hasn't got though, when I think he really should be concentrating on what he has got".More news: Narendra Modi invites Russian Federation to set up defence industrial park in India
"If this is true and it has broken the day before it's going to happen and he's going to be sacked at the weekend, it's an absolute disgrace", he said.
"They have a very, very, very good coach 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 analysis of the opponent's qualities and to try to stop them", said Mourinho in his press conference, as quoted by The Chronicle.
Mourinho is 11/4 to be the next boss of Inter while you can get him at odds of 7/2 to take over as the Portugal national boss.
"The way in which the recruitment's handled, the way in which it operates. and enough's enough for me". I don't want that, and if I could tell them to not do it I would, because it is not about me, it is about the football club they love and the football club we represent with honour and dignity. "I worked since I was a kid - I worked for this, and I will love it until my last day, so it's one more experience in my life". It's been my life.More news: Tom Hardy transforms into 'Venom' in rip-roaring thriller
"Something has to change and it isn't the manager - it's above that". They deserve even if game ends 2-2.
And manager Benitez has brought Muto, Javier Manquillo and Federico Fernandez into his starting XI. "The dressing room is leading what is happening, the tail is wagging the dog at the football club". "Get some control back, get some leadership".
But his buzz word was "man-hunt". It's been coming for three or four weeks.
Mourinho was angered by a lack of investment in his squad during the summer, when the club failed to sign a top-class centre-half, and he has also been irked by the absence of support following public spats with star players Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial.More news: Senators divided on what (if anything) to release from Kavanaugh FBI report