Mourinho Not Worried Despite Red Devils Stumbling
Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, stated on Monday, 1 October, that he is not worried about his future, despite the club’s current run of bad luck.
The Red Devils were handed their third defeat in seven Premier League games at West Ham on Saturday.
The 3-1 loss leaves United placed 10th on the log, trailing nine points behind Premier League leaders and fierce rivals Manchester City and Liverpool, who are both on 19 points.
Talking about his team’s recent poor performance the 55-year-old said: “When we lose, the responsibility is the responsibility of everyone. I will improve things that depend from me and my work.”
When asked if he had spoken to Ed Woodward, United’s executive vice-chairman who can determine his future at the club, Mourinho became irritable and responded: “That is a private matter – I am not asking who you speak to. I am not going to answer you.”
Manchester United are set to clash with Valencia at Old Trafford tonight for their Premier League game at 21:00 GMT.