Jose Mourinho looks sombre in purple as he's seen with backroom staff out for dinner as he plead
Jose Mourinho looked sombre as he walked through Manchester city centre taking three of his assistant coaches Kieran McKenna Stefano Rapetti and Ricardo Formosinho for dinner on Sunday night.
After his side were beaten by Brighton last weekend, Mourinho and his team will be looking to answer their critic on Monday when Tottenham visit.
Man-United have won 21 of their 26 home games against Tottenham, they have won each of the last four without conceding a goal - while Spurs have lost more away Premier League matches at Old Trafford (21) than any team has lost away from home at a stadium in Premier League history.
Jose Mourinho has said his players need time to blend into the new season, as Manchester United’s start to the season has been disappointing.
“When you have a good week when you train really well, things are positive, you expect good individual performances,” Mourinho told Sky Sports. “You don’t expect mistakes and you expect a good result, not a defeat.
“Normally when you lose you want to play immediately and two days after that was not the case. But I am happy that was not the case because in this moment we need some time.
“We need players to be back, we need players to train more to have a kind of pre-season after the pre-season that they didn’t have after the World Cup.”
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