This Is Why Manchester United Will Feel More Pressure - Ajax Coach

Lynette Rowe
May 19, 2017

Manchester United's Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho arrives for the UEFA Europa League group A football match between Manchester United and Feyenoord at Old Trafford stadium in Manchester, north-west England, on November 24, 2016. I have been here seven years and I never saw any detail trying to care about the English teams involved in European competitions.

And then, against Southampton, he saw his chance: the home side lost the ball just inside their own half and there was Bailly, rampaging towards the goal, pulling out an actual stopover, beating one, beating another before firing straight at Fraser Forster.

"It's frustrating for me".

The Eagles confirmed their Premier League status for another season with last week's 4-0 victory over Hull City, meaning they head to Old Trafford with little to play for.

"I arrived here in the past year, free, nobody knew me".

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Since the start of the Premier League, the final round of fixtures has been played at the same time on the same day, with the league keen to protect the competitive integrity of the season. I hope you don't kill me when you see my team [against Palace]. Romero looks ready for some cup-final heroics - particularly if it comes down to a penalty shootout - and should the Spaniard leave for Real Madrid as highly speculated, Mourinho may well already have a ready-made replacement at his disposal. "I'm only looking at them to analyse where we can win something". "It's a final, you'd be lying if you said you didn't want to play in a final but, as an individual, you can only do what you do best and do well for the team".

Still, Bosz has told his opposite number that he has no excuses, as his young side have only played six matches fewer over the course of this season.

Mourinho added he will field a team of kids against Palace and even begged rival boss Sam Allardyce to go easy on them. It'd be wrong to risk anyone for the final.

Following the 2-1 defeat at White Hart Lane on Sunday, Mourinho said that Premier League football "is just matches we don't want to play". That would happen overseas.

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