Hard as it may be to stomach, Jose Mourinho has managed to register worse results than David Moyes and Louis van Gaal in his first 13 Premier League games as manager of Manchester United. On his first and only season at United, the Scot had 22 points while LvG registered the same number of points 

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Old Trafford was once a fortress where opposing teams in the Premier League dreaded visiting, yet they all looked forward to playing Manchester United  at Old Trafford: so much for the history of the club as it was for the quality of the teams. But if recent developments are anything to go by, then Old 

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The Premier League is an unforgiving environment, and one in which managers are increasingly aware of the fact that they may be living on borrowed time. Manchester United’s beleaguered boss Jose Mourinho is the walking embodiment of this at present, as he continues to cut a tense and brooding presence on the Old Trafford touchline. 

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The former Chelsea manager and club legend was sacked just after 30 months and 136 games into his second stint at Chelsea. After making promises to stay for a long time this time around sighting maturity as the main reason to stay put, but it wasn’t what it turned out to be as he — 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. After an absolute shellacking in West London, Manchester United returned to winning ways by grinding out a 1-0 win against rivals Manchester City to progress to the quarter-finals of the EFL Cup. It was by no means a vintage performance, but it got the job done, restored bragging rights, 

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After the extensive hype surrounding Manchester United’s encounter with Liverpool, the match itself turned out to be a disappointment. Liverpool failed to break down a stubborn United side, set up by Jose Mourinho to be resilient and shut out the attacking threat of the opposition. Since the goalless draw at Anfield, the debate has been 

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After Manchester United secured a valuable point during a turgid, 0-0 draw at Anfield on Monday, fans of the Reds’ could be forgiven for experiencing mixed emotions. After all, while a hard-fought draw at the home of your bitter rivals is never a bad thing, the defensive nature of United’s display and the fact that 

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Jose Mourinho’s arrival at Old Trafford was welcome with overwhelming glamour and fanfare, understandably so as the club was deeply entrenched in crisis after yet again failing to qualify for the Champions League for the second time in three years. Although Louis van Gaal managed to clinch the FA Cup- a trophy that evaded Sir 

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Jose Mourinho’s mood was soured in the build-up to Thursday’s Europa League game with Zorya Luhansk, riling against his backroom staff for an ill-prepared report on his Ukrainian opponents- Luhansk’s manager had pointed out Manchester United had scouted them so it shouldn’t have been a surprise they changed system- and by the end his outlook 

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Vishakh’s latest “The Manchester Musings” column. Score- 2-0 (Ibrahimovic x2) After a strong showing on the south coast against Bournemouth, Manchester United returned back to the Theatre of Dreams for their first home game of the season against Southampton. Three of the four summer signings were named in the lineup, including a certain player who 

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For the first time since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, there is real optimism amongst Manchester United fans going into the new season. They have one of the most successful managers in the world at the helm and have signed one of the best players in Paul Pogba. Mourinho has had plenty of success 

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Jose Mourinho had his first official press briefing on Tuesday since taking over the reins of power at Old Trafford a little over a month ago. The Portuguese appeared excited about his new adventure as he looks set to begin the uphill task of return Manchester United back to its glory days. The rebuilding process 

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Jose Mourinho has been Manchester United manager for slightly close to a week now, although one would argue he has been the de facto manager for close to three months considering how Louis van Gaal managed to hang by a thread for so long. With the players away, Jose has been making the most of 

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Shortly after inspiring Manchester United two a twelfth joint-record FA Cup triumph against Crystal Palace, Louis van Gaal was dismissed as manager for the Old Trafford outfit. What ensued was a drop in share value of Manchester United stock at the New York Stock Exchange, which only signified that an announcement on van Gaal’s successor 

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We are the Manchester United boardroom boys, and we’ve caused a lot of anger, We can’t seem to hire the right person – for the role as manager. We took the word of Sir Alex Ferguson, and appointed David Moyes. But he wasn’t successful – and he wasn’t one of the boys. We were all 

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