Scholes Pulls Out The Punches On Mourinho For 'Embarrassing' Manchester United

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Dublin told BBC Sport: "I was at Old Trafford for BBC Radio 5 Live and although the crowd was clearly unhappy I did not get a sense they were anti-Jose".

The poor start to the 2018/19 campaign comes in Mourinho's third season at Manchester United, a period where the Portuguese has achieved somewhat infamy in falling out with his club.

"We knew that we wouldn't create 20 chances".

"Our attacking players aren't in their best moments of confidence and individual level", he added.

"We tried to play but in some crucial positions in the building up phase we don't have players with the technical quality to play out from the back".

"We have Newcastle before the league stops (for the global break) then we have Chelsea and Juventus in three days".

The 43-year-old former England global has been a stern critic of Mourinho, who in turn has hit back at the one-time United stalwart.

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"GMP has previously used police vehicles to accompany a team's coach but after a review of our core policing responsibilities, it was decided that we would no longer provide this service at every fixture".

"I am sat here surprised he's here after Saturday", he said.

"He's coming out in press conferences constantly having a go at players, having a go at the people above for not getting what he wants".

The Red Devils are 10th in the Premier League after seven matches, with three wins, one draw and three defeats.

'We won our group in the Champions League and when I said it was a fantastic season, I knew why.

However, Mourinho was particularly curt when asked to address Scholes' comments following Tuesday's result.

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