Paul Pogba gives Manchester United ultimatum on Jose Mourinho

Paul Pogba gives Manchester United ultimatum on Jose Mourinho

"I think some care more than others", Mourinho said.

Earlier, NAIJ.com had reported how Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho came to terms with the fact that his employers are getting ready to sack him after getting a call from Zinedine Zidane. So we are here and we have the chance to play a big match. And when you are a player, like Mata, who has seen and felt this all before, what are you meant to say?

United left-back Luke Shaw said the players have to take more responsibility for a poor start to the campaign, rather than Mourinho proving to be the fall guy.

"I think everyone in football is here to win and I am sure they will want to turn the situation as soon as they can".

'That's a private matter, ' Mourinho added.

"You can be laughing but be the saddest person in the world, or you can be a fantastic actor and be inside very happy". I like that perspective but I don't agree totally: (it) is all of us, everybody in the club has a role to play.

Mourinho has been under huge pressure after United's loss against West Ham.

Paul Pogba had already been stripped of the vice captaincy, as simmering reports of behind the scenes tension, publicity boiled over.

Jose Mourinho: 'Some players care more than others'
It's a very, very bad day for us", Shaw added, before letting rip on United's players in no uncertain terms whatsoever. They are 14th in La Liga with just one win in their opening seven games but have only lost once.

'I see different actions but what you see is not really inside.

Some have spoken of having to "walk on eggshells" around the Portuguese because "you never know what mood he will be in", while others openly talk about wanting him gone in order to banish the grey clouds that seem to reside over Old Trafford. The performance on the pitch is down to many factors.

29-year-old Alexis would now be a Premier League champion had he joined City in January, but instead finds himself potentially becoming unwanted in the red half of Manchester if his form doesn't pick up.

The World Cup-winning midfielder and United's record signing was reported over the weekend to be keen to join Barcelona or Real Madrid - but United do not want to sell him.

"When we lose, the responsibility is the responsibility of everyone".

The selection gamble contributed to United being picked apart easily by a West Ham side with only one win from their previous six league games.

"I am sure they would start tomorrow by trying to beat us, so we have to be concentrated, focused".

Arnautovic hit the back of the net during West Ham's 3-1 victory over Manchester United.

Related Articles