"I think they've got the right man who can handle that sort of situation". As a player you know if you're not playing well.
His sentiments may be echoed by numerous club's supporters, who have seen their side suffer a hard start to the season and Mourinho's future come into question.
If charged, Mourinho could be banned from the touchline when he returns to his old club Chelsea in the first game after the worldwide break. Mourinho threw a Hail Mary and it worked: for 45 minutes, his men did indeed "attack attack attack"-and they got the win, a proper Manchester United win with some onlookers even going".
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However, it does not come as a surprise to any of us that Mourinho has given his players an extra day off as a reward to their ultimate victory, prior to the global break.
Rooney, who plays for MLS side D.C. United, spent 13 seasons at Manchester United, including the 2016-17 season under Mourinho. They have to be counted and they have to be better. Some of the players have to be better. "I want you to do this and I'd go out there and do it".
They are already seven adrift of the title-chasing pack and have testing games to come at home and overseas after the worldwide break against Chelsea and Juventus.
Juan Mata, Anthony Martial and Alexis Sanchez all scored in the final 20 minutes against Rafael Benitez's side and striker Romelu Lukaku has questioned why Mourinho's team can not always produce such thrilling attacking football.