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Spanish side Valencia, competing in the Champions League for the first time in three seasons, are third in the group after losing 2-0 at home against Juventus in their opening fixture.

Pogba was stripped of the vice-captaincy last week, but one of Mourinho's most trusted lieutenants, Nemanja Matic, believes leadership is about how you perform on the pitch, rather than wearing the armband.

"That didn't happen. It's a very, very bad day for us", Shaw added, before letting rip on United's players in no uncertain terms whatsoever.

Jose Mourinho addressed the media on Monday afternoon ahead of the game against Valencia claiming that his players are behind him, but stressed that some care more.

Manchester United believed they were closing the gap on "noisy neighbours" Manchester City when they beat the Premier League champions to the signature of Alexis Sanchez just nine months ago. "We're the ones who go on the pitch", said Shaw.

But the Spain global says Valencia are wary of a United side who have endured a hard start to the season. "I don't think so". Of course I feel for him.

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Mourinho brushed aside concerning statistics and perceptions in Spain, while also refusing to say whether he had spoken to executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward in the wake of Saturday's defeat.

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But hopes this might spark a major recovery by the visitors were soon dashed when Marko Arnautović, who played under Mourinho at Inter Milan, restored the Hammers' two-goal lead three minutes later.

"This game was really bad but everyone has a responsibility for that".

It's claimed that Mourinho's days at Old Trafford are numbered and the Portuguese is now favourite to be the next Premier League manager sacked.

"There were big players in the past and I ask these people with great reputations if at any time in their careers they went to a game not to give the maximum, not to help the club, not to make the fans happy and not to try his best. No excuses. As players we weren't good enough".