"The solution is that probably I have to make certain choices based on heart and then probably I will play myself".
"Obviously thats what we need to do".
Just as a prime minister or president facing difficulties in the domestic sphere often tends to look for diverting glory on the foreign-policy front, Mourinho is clearly hoping that Champions League success can help gloss over his team's Premier League travails.
Instead, he was left to warn his players that a similarly lethargic showing at home to Swiss side Young Boys on Tuesday could leave United struggling to progress from this season's Champions League group stages. It was a very big challenge for me, with some of the things that he has said in the past, especially in the a year ago or two.
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Macari said on MUTV: "There are a lot of players you like to think that they can step-up but can they?"
"But I think we should also blame ourselves for the result as we started really well and did the most hard thing apart from score - which is to find the spaces to play against a team that is very closed".
"What I would say is I think he's still a top manager and I think he can turn it around but there seems to be other factors within the club, behind the scenes, signing players and new signings, that kind of thing. If you feel pressure, stay at home. and I don't mean stadium home, I mean home home!"
"But we'll work hard again because we know, given this run, that we can't have any more slip-ups at home again like this. If it is not better I walk", Mourinho added. I want the team to go immediately and it's a bit frustrating'. Probably the fans think José told them to start slow [in recent games] but it's the opposite. I think it is only a matter of time until they go in.
Wilfried Zaha tormented United, his former club, and Cheikhou Kouyate had a goal ruled out for offside on an afternoon when Patrick Van Aanholt and Andros Townsend wasted glorious chances for Palace.