Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has been answering questions regarding ahead of the Manchester Derby due to take place this weekend. Just imagine what he will come out with should Man United defeat rivals Manchester City on Sunday.
"We are not a team that gives up". They're playing what I would call the United way. After that, of course, there is a quality of the work and the quality of the organisation and I think that is untouchable.
"After that there's the quality of the work and the organisation and I think that is untouchable, but what is behind I can not say".
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They claim that the criticism they have faced is an "organised and clear" attempt to damage their reputation. We played quite well [in April] but lost, but we were champions.
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"We know we can beat any team". The match is hard enough by being an isolated event.
"If you want to put the match into the context of where we are and where we can be, it becomes even more hard".
"They are a very good team with very good players, so you have to be on your toes all the time and can't relax for a second". Yet they have also fallen into the habit of going behind in matches.
However, Mourinho knows they can not afford the sloppy starts that have been all to frequent recently. "We are a team that always finds a way to fight back, sometimes changing results and other times not", he said. "I simply said that he didn't need to make those gestures". "Which, I have to say against Juventus, it happened".
Meanwhile, Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku returned to training after winning their slim win over the Old Lady in Turin.
"We have one more session tomorrow". But in this moment, I can only say he trains with the team.
"Ever since I came, he's been very important to me", the defender said.