He's Fantastic - Fulham Boss Rows In Behind Jose Mourinho

He's Fantastic - Fulham Boss Rows In Behind Jose Mourinho

He's Fantastic - Fulham Boss Rows In Behind Jose Mourinho

After surrendering two early goals at Old Trafford, United fought back to win the game - goals from Juan Mata and Anthony Martial drawing them level before Alexis Sanchez ended his own goal drought with a stoppage time victor.

The United manager has been heavily criticised following the club's troubled start to the season with his side lying eighth with just four wins from eight games.

Yet despite the scoreline, the Old Trafford crowd were subjected to 60 minutes of aimless, appalling football by United, who conceded two goals to the Magpies in the opening ten minutes. "This is new but I think it makes me a better manager and a better person".

Wayne Rooney has leapt to Jose Mourinho " s defence and urged Manchester United's players to "stand up' after a dismal start to the campaign. "It is much less his style".

The club have made it clear that the Frenchman is not for sale, but there is a suggestion that Pogba could still push to leave Old Trafford even if Mourinho is sacked.

"I've spoken about it with him and the truth is that it doesn't attract him". "He has chosen to have a year out, he will not dive in again before that is over". However, one job might lure Zidane back to the dugout.

Lukaku is pleased to have seen the feel-good factor returned to Old Trafford heading into the global break, telling MUTV: "I can go to Belgium with a cool feeling [after winning]".

The 55-year-old will be desperate to achieve this quickly as United's next run of fixtures are incredibly competitive.

Next up for Manchester United is a visit to London to take on Chelsea at the Stamford Bridge.

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