Zinedine Zidane's agent speaks out on replacing Jose Mourinho

Zinedine Zidane's agent speaks out on replacing Jose Mourinho

Undoubtedly, that is a trend that needs to stop.

Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho went into Saturday's Premier League clash against Newcastle at Old Trafford with talk about his future rife. The return of Anthony Martial certainly stands out, while Alexis Sanchez will be on the bench once again.

"And if you want something more, in pre-season I also said that this season was going to be very hard".

"It happened that we started nervous, the team in my opinion didn't cope well with the pressure of the man-hunting", Mourinho said. He is also good at the tactical side of things with his first season at Chelsea yielding the league title.

The Red Devils secured a late victory over Newcastle at Old Trafford on Saturday to ease tensions on Mourinho after a turbulent week at the club.

Meanwhile, Eric Dier led third-place Tottenham past Cardiff 1-0, and Gylfi Sigurdsson scored a spectacular goal to help Everton defeat Leicester 2-1.

"We have been solid in a lot of games, but we pushed forward well and created chances well, but the ones we didn't take made the difference".

We have to manage situations a bit better if we can, but they were pushing and pushing and they have so many good players.

Manchester City are ready to continue their efforts to buy every player in the world after they turned their attention to Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, the Sunday Star believes.

Benitez pointed to their collective impact and also his players' tiring legs as reasons for the match being turned on its head.

United was a different team in the second half, and it came as no surprise when Mata curled in a free kick in the 70th minute.

Mourinho gave a short and terse news conference earlier in the day, after which Neville said the 55-year-old "looked fed up" following heavy criticism of his side's poor run of form, having won just three of their last nine games in all competitions. "We want them to win leagues and be competitive".

The 26-year-old Muto moved to Newcastle from Mainz in the German Bundesliga on a four-year deal over the summer and made his Premier League debut in August.

"We showed today that we have got some threat, certainly in the first half".

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