Rio Ferdinand blasts Jose Mourinho after Young Boys win

Rio Ferdinand blasts Jose Mourinho after Young Boys win

Rio Ferdinand blasts Jose Mourinho after Young Boys win

Manchester United will host Young Boys in a UEFA Champions League group stage match on Tuesday, Nov. 27.

A stoppage-time goal from Marouane Fellaini saw United pick up the three points they needed to go through to the knockout rounds, although it was far from a vintage performance. Get out while you can, men. Probably the fans think José told them to start slow [in recent games] but it's the opposite. Rio Ferdinand also criticised the move while over on RTE Sport, Damien Duff suggested it is not what you want to see from a manager towards a young player. The team that I will play tomorrow, I want to put out a team where they can cope well with that happiness with a decisive game.

It was Fellaini and a quite sensational celebration from Mourinho that would steal that show in the end though as they somehow managed to win a game that appeared to be heading towards a goalless draw.

However, Mourinho knocked back suggestions his players find it easier to play away and laughed off a suggestion that playing at Old Trafford brought added pressure ahead of facing the Swiss champions.

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"Sometimes, of course, it might look like that [players don't have enough desire] but I look in the training ground and I look around the changing room and I think everyone wants the same and that's to win games and to climb up the table", said Shaw. "I never felt pressure to play at home". I don't feel pressure to play at home.

But Lindelof's absence until then will provide a reprieve for either Phil Jones or Eric Bailly, who is quickly becoming a forgotten man at Old Trafford, the Ivorian's predicament symptomatic of the plummeting fortunes of some of the key lieutenants from Mourinho's first 18 months at the club.

Meanwhile, Luke Shaw assured supporters the players are committed to helping the club recover from their poor start to the season after Mourinho accused the dressing room of lacking heart and desire after Saturday's draw. "This has given them a 93% chance of progress according to the Euro Club Index Link whereas United's chance would have been closer to 50/50 had they lost". "If it is not better I walk", Mourinho added.

"What he said the other day, that was more a generational thing", said Shaw.

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