Pogba has 'no problem' with Mourinho, side-steps Man United exit speculation

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Manchester United head coach Jose Mourinho believes the Red Devils thoroughly deserve the second spot that they are now occupying in the Premier League. The Belgium global has struck 15 league goals for the Old Trafford club since signing from Everton in the close season.

But, after a Champions League last-16 exit against Sevilla and accusations of playing "boring" football, Mourinho has faced some criticism in his second season in charge at United.

Jose Mourinho has repeatedly criticised the Old Trafford atmosphere this season, noting following the 3-2 win over Crystal Palace that the away end at Selhurst Park should be given free tickets for games at home.

Jose Mourinho says it is down to Paul Pogba to explain his recent underwhelming form, with the Manchester United manager insisting injury has had nothing to do with his downturn in performances.

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Pep Guardiola has informed some of his star players that they will be rested for next weekend's potentially title-clinching Manchester derby, Sam Lee of Goal reports. "I don't think the board will put up with his antics". "I respect his choices", Pogba told Telefoot.

And he really, really wants you to know they deserve to finish the best of the rest after Manchester City as they sit in second on 68 points, two points ahead of third-place Liverpool and four points ahead of fourth-place Tottenham with seven games to go.

"It was the same in the League Cup final last season when we won in the last few minutes and also in our (2016) FA Cup semi-final against Everton, when Anthony Martial scored, and the final against Crystal Palace when Jesse Lingard scored in extra time". The Citizens could become the first team in Premier League history to win the title with six games to spare. I play less. It's something that I haven't experienced so far in my career.

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