Jose Mourinho: We lost so many balls

Jose Mourinho: We lost so many balls

I would say the only problem that we had was that the two attacking players didn't have enough continuity because in midfield we lost too many balls.

De Gea has been one of United best players of recent years and he has been a regular victor of the club's Player of the Season award.

"A few years ago, who was Tottenham's best player?"

"I know absolutely we have to do better".

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With United now looking like they won't make the Champions League spots, de Gea may need some persuading to stay in Manchester and club officials have already started looking at his potential replacement.

In June 2006, Sir Alex Ferguson went to Tottenham to buy a replacement for Roy Keane, paying £18m for Michael Carrick, a member of Sven Goran Eriksson's England World Cup squad. I think everybody would say yes. I need to sell'.

"Can we go there now and bring Harry Kane?".

"That's not just because Manchester United was fantastic, but because there was a big difference to the others and now it is not like that".

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Many have been upset by the way the manager continues to criticise them in public and Mourinho is struggling to keep harmony in the group. Dele Alli, (Christian) Eriksen, Son (Heung-min) here? No.

The 28 year old has won four of the last five Player of the Year awards at the club, making him the most decorated player in the history of United for that award, and is integral to any success they've had recently and could have going forward.

They will now turn their attentions towards preparing for their crunch home clash against Arsenal at Old Trafford on Wednesday night in the Premier League. Mourinho's response to a direct question about how the world's richest club can not simply buy players was a vague "you had one of the answers a few weeks ago". The players they don't understand that simplicity is genius, especially in some parts of the pitch. There's a perception we should be doing better.

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