Man United season still successful without Europa League - Mourinho

Sandy Mccarthy
May 19, 2017

Manchester United have struggled to find consistent form in the Premier League all season, however, and Mourinho's men are now sixth in the table heading into this weekend's round of games.

"I don't know the incident, I don't want to see it now", he said.

"But I don't feel like that". I probably worked harder than ever this season. "So I don't think he plays the final, so he has to play the remaining matches in the Premier League and give rest to some of the others". But if I was on your side, in your chair, I think it is [fair].

"We won a League Cup". Until we could, until the injuries arrived, we fought for the Premier League top four. We had a fantastic record of 25 matches [unbeaten]. For the club to bench arguably the best player they have, for what is an emotional reason, in the game that will define their season as either a fail or a pass, seems odd.

I never saw in all my career two goalkeepers to be so friendly because it is a position when you always have a little bit of rivalry, especially if you are both the same kind of level.

United have not shot up the league under Mourinho but the performances have boosted fans worn down by his predecessor Louis van Gaal's prosaic style and starved of the success they had grown used to under Sir Alex Ferguson.

Asked what his approach to selection would be, he said: "The same".

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He also called directly on Smalling and Jones to "be brave" when they were sidelined during the Red Devils' demanding April schedule. I don't think we can finish seventh or we can finish fourth, so fifth or sixth.

Jose could grasp his third reward as United boss, just to go with the Community Shield as well as the EFL Cup, when his guys meet Ajax on May 24 in Stockholm.

Chelsea wrapped-up the title with a win at West Brom last night so all Mauricio Pochettino can do is try to lift his squad to ensure they give their home a fond farewell.

"We gave a hard match to our opponent".

"In the Champions League we'd expect to get about £40m-£50m revenues whereas the Europa League is normally around £15m-£20m revenues".

"We have pushed as much as we can and I am glad to be back". "But the match on Sunday is important for us, too".

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