Man United stars arrive at London hotel ahead of Chelsea showdown

Florence Fletcher
October 20, 2018

Jose Mourinho insists he won't "celebrate like crazy" if his Manchester Utd side win at former club Chelsea this weekend.

The Red Devils have already lost three times in the Premier League this season, including two defeats on the road at Brighton and Hove Albion and West Ham United.

And while Mourinho claimed that the fixture is now just like any other as far as he is concerned, he also conceded that he would not celebrate should United break that run to ease the mounting pressure on their manager.

"For me, these games are the best games to play. I don't think so", Mourinho told a news conference on Friday.

The Italian head coach has led Chelsea FC to an unbeaten start to the Premier League season following six victories and two stalemate to keep pace with Liverpool FC and Manchester City.

The forward, who has scored eight goals in 10 games this season, is yet to sign a new contract at Stamford Bridge and has been linked with a move to Real Madrid.

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"I think I would try to control myself and to respect the stadium and the supporters that were my supporters and stadium for many years, to do that should be something if I completely lost my emotional control, which is not easy. I'm 100 per cent Manchester United, there's no space for anything else but respect for the stadium and people who were my friends".

The charge relates to comments he made after the stirring 3-2 win over Newcastle United at Old Trafford, his side having been 2-0 down.

It is understood the United manager used "abusive, insulting or improper language" in his native tongue.

The deal represents an impressive recovery for the England worldwide who has battled through a loss of form and fitness, as well as a horrendous double leg break, and repeated public criticism from Mourinho in his time at Old Trafford.

"He did it, he faced the process in a courageous way he started the season before the season start in the best possible way where he went for holidays with a club fitness coach and he arrived in day one in much better conditions than a player that has a holiday just for fun and rest".

Sanchez capped the dramatic comeback against Newcastle with a stoppage-time victor and Mourinho has insisted he wants his team to always play with as much attacking intent as they did in the second half against Rafael Benitez's side.

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