Newcastle rock Man Utd as Huddersfield win at last

Doug Mendoza
February 12, 2018

United boss Jose Mourinho responded with a double change, taking off Pogba and Jesse Lingard and replacing them with Juan Mata and Michael Carrick. I am pretty sure I would win.

"I'm not free of losing my temper, my control, in one match".

Agreeing that he is not ideal, Mourinho said, "I'm not going from the Bad One to the flawless One, no way, but I try, I make an effort and I'm happy with the way things are going".

I'm serious, I prepare myself, I'm really happy.

Mourinho was reluctant to be too critical of the 28-year-old England worldwide, saying: "A defender has to concede free-kicks now and again". "Maybe his manager should cry a little more in situations like that but Alexis is a tough boy, he can cope with that sort of welcome", he said. When your side are in possession you should always be thinking: "If it breaks down, I'm out of the game".

He also revealed that to live a luxurious life you need to put in a lot of effort as a footballer. Will they turn things around, or will United take advantage of that opportunity?

"That might mean not seeing your family, or missing your mother's birthday, many players are so focused that they miss the birth of their children".

Nemanja Matic 6 - You sense that the Serbian, having played nearly every Premier League game, could do with a rest. To let the top players play with freedom?

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"You still think and hope that he would be developing at that age and still getting better", Neville said of Paul Pogba on Sky Sports.

Sadio Mane, another ex-Southampton player, drilled wide from outside the area as the game approached the half-hour, but the home side threatened again when James Ward-Prowse swung in a cross but Guido Carrillo sent his header straight at Karius.

"But for the refs, every player must be treated the same and according to the rules".

"They got from us a defensive mistake, and from a lateral free-kick they scored".

Newcastle United won against Manchester United in the Premier League today.

Held on to the ball well and linked up play.

On the other hand, Newcastle could have Joselu back in the starting XI after he missed last week's trip to Crystal Palace due to illness. Imagine where we would be if we had two or three more of his ability signed last summer.

The former Paris Saint-Germain striker has struggled to get back to his best since suffering cruciate knee ligament damage during a Europa League victory over Anderlecht last April.

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