Manchester United players owe Old Trafford a performance — Jose Mourinho

By Daily Sports on September 22, 2018

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Jose Mourinho has told his Manchester United players to put on a show when they return to Old Trafford this weekend to repay the fans for their support following the dismal defeat to Tottenham.

United have not played at home since the 3-0 loss to Spurs at the end of August but have bounced back with three straight wins on the road against Burnley, Watford and Young Boys.

The string of positive results has got the season back on track but, ahead of Wolves’ visit to Old Trafford on Saturday, Mourinho said his players still have a debt to pay to their home support.

“Old Trafford was amazing with us on a defeat and now they are waiting for us after three away matches,” Mourinho told MUTV.

“Three victories away from home where the team showed the character, personality, desire and commitment – we show all of that in these three matches.

“So I think Old Trafford has reasons to be waiting for us with a good feeling against a good opponent.”

•Adapted from an ESPNkwese.com report. Photo shows Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 22, 2018


 

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