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


Filed: Sunday, 30th September 2018
By: Staff Writer


Jose Mourinho resembled a spoilt child who'd just had his arse smacked when facing the media following Saturday's 3-1 defeat against West Ham.

The terminally-morose manager blamed a poor start and, unsurprisingly, poor decisions by the match officials for his side's defeat - a reversal that ensured Manchester Utd have enjoyed their worst start to a season since 1990.

Hear what else miserable Mourinho has to say about the game in his full post-match press conference below...








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