Mourinho: Coaching United Is Tough

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Jose Mourinho has admitted his task of restoring the glory days of Manchester United is a difficult task.

Mourinho took over from Louis Van Gaal in the summer to save United. It was back in 2013 that the Red Devils last won the EPL.

The highest spot United has finished since Ferguson’s exit is fourth under Van Gaal and they won the FA Cup under the dutchman.

“There are no miracles in football,” Mourinho said. “When a team is in trouble for two, three, four years, it’s for some reason.

“When a team win titles, and in recent years (don’t) win titles, it’s for some reason.”

United are 14 points behind leaders Chelsea this season and sit in sixth place with 16 games remaining on the Premier League fixture list.

Mourinho added: “Some people get more difficult jobs than others, I got the biggest job in the country, one of the biggest jobs in the world

“(It is) a job I can imagine everyone would like to have, but I got a difficult one.”



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