Manchester United were horrendous in West Ham defeat - Luke Shaw

Posted October 02, 2018

Things aren't looking great for Jose Mourinho right now, and it's not because the Lowry Hotel have spotted him bringing his own plate to the breakfast buffet to fit more on the plate.

"Until somebody that was a big professional player says "I was a dishonest player", I will always believe the players are honest players and want to give their best".

"For me, I played one of the worst games since I signed for Man Utd".

Subsequently, though, it has been claimed Zidane's call left Mourinho convinced that United's chiefs, including vice-chairman Ed Woodward, have sounded out the Frenchman's agents and are making contingency plans ahead of his potential sacking.

United have struggled this season, collecting 10 points from their opening seven Premier League matches and being dumped out of the League Cup by second-tier Derby County.

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The West Ham defeat drew sharp criticism from defender Luke Shaw who said United needed to take responsibility for the "horrendous" result.

The smell of blood meant there was a heavier media presence than usual at Old Trafford, where the players will line-up on Tuesday fresh from their manager questioning the attitude of some of them.

Paul Pogba has told his Manchester United teammates that he feels embarrassed to play under Jose Mourinho and has said he will leave the club in January if the Portuguese remains in charge, according to reports.

United go into the game depleted as Ashley Young picked up an injury during the loss at West Ham, while Marcos Rojo, Ander Herrera and Jesse Lingard are also sidelined.

It's claimed that Mourinho's days at Old Trafford are numbered and the Portuguese is now favourite to be the next Premier League manager sacked.

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"We have to do our job and we did it excellently, and that is why we deserved to win", he said.

"But he says, "We players are on the pitch, it's about us, we have to perform, we have to give more".

"One of the most important teams in the world in the best club competition in the world, can we expect that they don't put in their maximum?" We were not ready in the last few games.

Nevertheless, Mourinho insisted: "I have no complaints with the players' attitude".

"We continued playing in the same way and improving because without believing in your performance it's very hard to be a good team".

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