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Pre-match press conference: Jose Mourinho v West Ham Utd


Filed: Thursday, 10th May 2018
By: Staff Writer


Jose Mourinho has confirmed he will be without one or two of his big guns when Manchester United visit the Olympic Stadium this evening.

And the Reds manager also praised opposite number David Moyes for ensuring West Ham's Premier League safety a full two games before the end of the campaign.

Listen to Mourinho's thoughts ahead of tonight's game by watching his full pre-match press conference below...








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