United's manager has been under mounting speculation he'll be fired because of a string of poor results and for frequent verbal attacks on his own players, but he came out fighting after the team earned its first win in five matches in all competitions.
Less sarcastically, the change is that United managed to win a game, destroying Rafael Benitez's soul in a 3-2 win, crowned by an injury-time victor from Alexis Sanchez.
Ashley took Benitez and the squad to dinner in Newcastle - for pasta and pizza - on Wednesday in an attempt to establish a better working relationship.
"We know it will be a tough game for both teams", Atsu told the Chronicle.
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"I think we have enough potential to do better than what we are doing in the Premier League", he said.
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He has repeatedly and publicly berated United's players this season, suggesting in Tuesday's programme notes they had lost their "dignity" in a 3-1 league loss at West Ham last Saturday. [There is] a lot of wickedness.
Mourinho said the team had a discussion at half-time, and although they did not promise to win the game, they did vow to play as well as they could.
Mourinho further joked that the rain in London would be his fault as would the negotiations for Brexit failing. If there is some difficulty to have the agreement of the Brexit, it's my fault.
'I have to be ready for all of this.
It was a much improved performance in the second half by the home side and former Newcastle striker Shearer says the fact they turned things around shows that the players are also to blame for recent form, along with the manager and Woodward.
"It's the life I love, the life I worked for since I was a kid and I will love until my last day".