Jose Mourinho: 'We have no mad dogs'

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United's next league encounter comes against Arsenal at Old Trafford in midweek and it remains to be seen whether the likes of Chris Smalling and Eric Bailly return to the mix after missing the Southampton game with foot and back injuries respectively.

The former Spurs midfielder stated that the trajectory of both clubs so far this season and in recent years suggests that the move away from Tottenham will be a step down for the player. "And you kill the mentality of the good honest people around you".

"You don't play", Mourinho reportedly said. Can we go there and bring those players here? No.

He added: "In respect to my players we don't have too many mad dogs, players who always bite the ball on the pitch, so [the loss] was nothing to do with the system".

"If we do, I would say one player".

"We lost so many balls in midfield, so many balls in our transition to the last third that it was hard to have that continuity", he told BT Sport.

Young Michael Obafemi, I liked what I saw. It is a match where because of that good reaction in the first half we had 45 minutes to win the game.

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"We needed to improved the simplicity in midfield, play one-touch two-touch, but we just could not connect to our front two".

"Manchester United feels like a football club which is having to overpay to keep players because they are not in a position of strength, they are running their contracts down basically", Neville said.

De Gea was flailing at the effort, and Saints had a 2-0 lead.

Still seventh in the table, the Red Devils could end the weekend nine points off the top four.

It is the latest in the Mourinho/Pogba saga as the ex-Chelsea boss stripped the World Cup victor of the vice-captaincy earlier in the season as he criticised the side style of play before a heated training confrontation with the gaffer.

And despite the obvious disappointment of not being able to claim the three points on the south coast, Mourinho felt that Rashford's performance was one of the positives from the game.

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