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Manager Watch: Mourinho vs. Guardiola

Manager Watch
 By Musa Okwonga

Daley Blind could edge ahead of Luke Shaw under Jose Mourinho at United

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol discusses one of Jose Mourinho's big selection issues.

Daley Blind chose last Saturday's 4-1 home win over champions Leicester City to remind Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho he has another excellent option at left-back.

Strictly speaking, it's difficult to imagine Blind, who seems an affable enough character, going to the manager and demanding anything. Yet his performance was eloquent enough, and though Paul Pogba walked away with the official man of the match honours it was arguable that Blind at least rivalled him on the day.

He was directly...

 By Andy Mitten

Jose Mourinho's Man United have promise with Herrera and Rashford

ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Manchester United's win over Leicester.

Manchester United played their best half of football at Old Trafford for years last Saturday, with four goals against champions Leicester helping Jose Mourinho's men to a 4-1 win, avoiding a third successive league defeat in the process. 

It was exactly what was needed and the pluses were many. Paul Pogba had his finest game yet in United's first team. His regular midfield foil in Mourinho's preferred 4-2-3-1 formation has yet to be found, but Ander Herrera is making a decent fist of it. The...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Trending: Ibrahimovic threat over Pogba, De Bruyne out for weeks

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol justifies Jose Mourinho's patience before pulling Wayne Rooney from the starting lineup at Man United.

Here are the latest stories for Monday.

MAN UNITED: Mino Raiola has revealed that Zlatan Ibrahimovic jokingly threatened to "break his legs" if he had allowed Paul Pogba to join any other club besides Manchester United.

- Lukas Podolski has told Bild he believes Jose Mourinho's treatment of former Germany captain Bastian Schweinsteiger is "ignoble."

- Former Manchester United captain Nemanja Vidic has hailed the impact Eric Bailly has made since arriving at the club.


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Schweinsteiger keeps supporting Man United despite Mourinho axe

Bastian Schweinsteiger is in exile at Man United and there's a certain sadness at seeing him tweet about the club he's unlikely to play for again.

The German midfielder is one of the most decorated men in the game but that means little to United boss Jose Mourinho, who has axed the 2014 World Cup winner from his squad.

Still, that hasn't seemed to hurt Schweini that much. Ever the professional, he still supports his teammates even from the sidelines.

A message to the fans

 By Nick Miller

Paul Pogba flourishes without Wayne Rooney as United thump Leicester

ESPN FC's Craig Burley looks back at Manchester United's 4-1 win over Leicester.

With all the attention on Wayne Rooney this weekend, it was almost forgotten that the most expensive player in the world had been back in England for a couple of months and was yet to turn in a really convincing performance.

Of course nobody was panicking, but when Paul Pogba is at his best, he plays with a swagger, a visible confidence that he's worth every penny of that eye-watering £89.3 million transfer fee. That had only been seen in flashes so far, but it was much more present in Manchester...

 By Musa Okwonga

Pogba, Blind and Herrera imperious as Manchester United thrash Leicester

ESPN FC's Craig Burley gave his reaction to Manchester United's big win over Leicester.

Jose Mourinho took the most significant decision of his time at Old Trafford so far, dropping Wayne Rooney to the substitutes' bench, and Manchester United responded with by far their most impressive performance of the season, scoring four goals without reply in the first half against Leicester for an eventual 4-1 win.

Their swift passing, sharp movement and set-piece expertise overwhelmed the visitors, who have now lost as many games so far this season -- three -- as they lost in the whole of last...