Published: Sun, August 19, 2018
Sport | By Gary Shelton

Jose Mourinho slams Man City after 'All or Nothing' documentary

Jose Mourinho slams Man City after 'All or Nothing' documentary

With the transfer window now shut, Mourinho will have to stick with this current crop, but he could well be ruing not trying to sign Harry Maguire in the summer, as this current United defence - or the one that played today - is not up to the job, and change is needed.

"I think it's rich coming from Jose, talking about class", Souness said. After a second-half cameo against Watford, Jahanbakhsh should start and could cause United some problems.

Two minutes later, the hosts led 2-0 as Duffy was given the space to control and fire past a helpless David de Gea after United failed to clear a corner. "So we had to decide to give an opportunity to another attacking player".

Slack defending from the likes of Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly helped the The Seagulls pick up all three points at The Amex.

Mourinho added on rising valuations of players across the board: "The old story of "I'd pay that for a striker, but I wouldn't pay it for a goalkeeper" is old fashioned".

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Pascal Gross scores from the penalty sport to make it 3-1 Brighton.

Zidane may not be waiting long for his next job, as traditionally Mourinho rarely lasts more than three seasons at one club and at the beginning of this, his third, cracks have begun to show.

United came back from two goals down to win twice last season and when Romelu Lukaku headed in his first goal of the season from close range it looked like it might be on again.

Valencia suffered a calf injury during preseason while Matic underwent surgery on an abdominal injury picked up during the World Cup. Brighton finished 15th a year ago after being promoted, but the real test is this season. The Premier League can be an unforgiving place when you get stuck in a run of poor form but Brighton can head to Liverpool on Saturday with confidence they can upset Jurgen Klopp's side. The Iranian global was the top scorer in the Eredivisie last season and enjoyed an impressive World Cup for Team Melli.

If they can do that more often than not this season, they should win enough home games to stay in the league for a third successive campaign.

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