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Mourinho - United have 'desire to win, fear to lose'

Mourinho - United have 'desire to win, fear to lose'

Jose Mourinho has recalled Alexis Sanchez to the starting eleven after the Chilean global was axed for the defeat at West Ham on Saturday.

The atmosphere at Old Trafford was rather flat as United lacked any bite in a contest played at walking pace, with the visitors content to keep them at bay with crisp one-touch passing.

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Kick-off was delayed by five minutes as United were held up by traffic that meant Mourinho's men didn't arrive at the stadium until less than 45 minutes ahead of the planned 8pm (1900GMT) start time. Max Stake £1. Winnings paid in free bets. In the second half there was more [desire] and the team tried even more.

Three points from Old Trafford as Man United drew 0-0 with Valencia on Champions League matchday 2.

"In the first half there was a mixture of desire to win, fear to lose". For some, the last straw in Jose Mourinho's reign.

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Manchester United's winless run has stretched to four games across all competitions courtesy of a dour goalless draw with Valencia in the Champions League this evening.

"I am not interested in that, I don't need to know what Paul Scholes said", Mourinho said.

Shaw has endured a torrid time at United under the Portuguese coach, but this season has finally seem him nail down a regular starting spot at left-back and he is playing on merit.

Mourinho has reportedly fallen out with a lot of his squad and the United boss is under pressure.

"I'm not a fan of Mourinho - if he was made of chocolate he would eat himself".

Fans of the Red Devils won't be pleased to hear their players are performing without any passion which is the minimum requirement at such a big club and the end must be close for the so-called Special one.