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Report claims Mourinho will be sacked this weekend

07 October 2018, 02:35 | Tracey Rhodes

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It's hard running a football club, managing a football club, playing in a football team.

Last weekend's 3-1 loss at the London Stadium was United's third league defeat of the season.

Mourinho sat motionless when then asked if he could assure fans that he was doing everything he can to try to turn things around in a short press conference, held at the earlier than usual time of 8am on Friday.

Sources at United have told ESPN FC that they believe Mourinho to be increasingly unhappy and ill-tempered at the club.

Man United will be hoping to dispatch with Benitez's men, if only to quell talk of this season's derailment with less than the first fifth of the full fixture list out of the way.

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Those rumours, however, were later quashed by the club themselves, but the feeling still remains that Mourinho is living on borrowed time in the Old Trafford dugout.

"Where's the values and the principles of Manchester United if this is true?"

Elsewhere, The Times report that Mourinho received a pre-match vote of confidence from Woodward via SMS, meaning they are the only people left in the world not using WhatsApp.

According to the Mirror, Mourinho, 55, has lost the confidence of the board with "senior United sources" telling the paper his almost two-and-a-half years in charge will end whatever the outcome of the Newcastle game.

Although the Italian was eventually sacked by Chelsea, the impact he made in his first season at Stamford Bridge far outweighs the struggles that led to his dismissal.

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The club is "rotten to the core". "I am 55. I am mature".

The under-pressure Portuguese manager may agree with Merson's assessment of the Magpies' current attacking threat however it's clear that he wouldn't choose to play Benitez's side ahead of anyone, as it's a hard game. "I used to love it". Not since 1999 have Manchester United gone five games without a win, and we predict they will avoid equalling another unwanted record this weekend.

"I think we have enough potential to do better than what we are doing in the Premier League", he said.

Former United captain Gary Neville - now a television pundit - slammed the club for allegedly leaking the story to a journalist, suggesting something similar happened when Louis van Gaal lost his job in 2016.

Sanchez's victor also saw United supporters, who had been muted in their backing for Mourinho to that point, sing his name out loud around Old Trafford.

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