Pep Guardiola backs Jose Mourinho to turn things around

Pep Guardiola backs Jose Mourinho to turn things around

Pep Guardiola backs Jose Mourinho to turn things around

United have lost two of their first three league games, their worst start to a season since 1992-93.

Zinedine Zidane is said to be waiting in the wings for the call from Old Trafford, which, according to reports, could arrive in the next week if United fall to a third straight defeat when they take on Burnley at Turf Moor on Sunday.

He was similarly defiant when asked if that would still apply if he failed to win the championship with United.

"But there are many many managers who don't win titles who are excellent".

Despite having his own altercations with Mourinho when he was Real Madrid manager, Pep points out the success of his rival with Chelsea, Inter Milan and Real Madrid.

He also said second place last season was "one of his greatest achievements".

José Mourinho has this afternoon delivered yet another odd press conference in which he took swipes at Tottenham and Liverpool, while also labelling himself as "one of the greatest managers in the world".

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"It's been a big week for him that ends with a very important match against Burnley, this is the most important thing", Mourinho told a news conference on Friday.

"I said before the start of the season that matching what we did last season was going to be hard", Mourinho said.

"We are the last team in England to win a European competition".

"I think you saw a team that wanted it to carry on considering how many have been saying that "no-one wants it", but that is the mentally here, we want to win every game that we play", said Dyche.

"So, in that night at Wembley, the United fans were singing "The Special One' and they were not singing that".

Mourinho's latest comments come after a news conference during which he demanded "respect" from journalists following Monday's 3-0 home loss to Tottenham - the heaviest home defeat of his career.

"Only the players know exactly who we are and normally even then we are judged - if they play, the manager is good, if they don't play the manager is not good", he further said. "To the national team after three Premier League matches is extraordinary for him".

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