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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Paul Scholes: Jose Mourinho failing to replicate Alex Ferguson's ref influence

ESPN FC's Craig Burley criticises Jose Mourinho's latest comments on a conspiracy against Chelsea.

Former Manchester United star Paul Scholes has written in The Independent that referees appeared eager to please Sir Alex Ferguson but said Jose Mourinho's recent media comments on officials are backfiring.

Mourinho has been fined by the Football Association this season for suggesting there was a "campaign" against his Chelsea side and, after the controversial 1-1 draw at home to Burnley on Saturday, the Portuguese made an unexpected appearance on Sky Sports in which he expanded on his criticism...

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Manchester United's Ander Herrera: I wish I could play every game

The ESPN FC crew discuss Manchester United's chances of defeating Sunderland following their crushing loss to Swansea.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley questions whether or not Manchester United will be able to stay in the top four.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says Sunderland will not be an easy proposition, ahead of their Premier League encounter at Old Trafford.

Ander Herrera has told The Telegraph that he wants to play every game for Manchester United, but acknowledges that Louis van Gaal has no "pecking order" and will pick his in-form players.

Herrera, 25, joined United from Athletic Bilbao for 28.8 million pounds last summer, but has made just 14 Premier League appearances with injuries and Van Gaal's tactics affecting his hopes of a starting role.

The Red Devils fell to defeat at Swansea last weekend despite Herrera opening the scoring, with the midfielder...

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Lack of prolific goalscorer holding Manchester United back, says Van Gaal

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal says Sunderland will not be an easy proposition, ahead of their Premier League encounter at Old Trafford.
Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal notes that the pressure is on to get results as his side look to win the 'rat race' for the UEFA Champions League places.

Louis van Gaal admits Manchester United have fallen behind Chelsea and Manchester City this season because they have lacked a prolific goalscorer.

Van Gaal conceded on Friday that he is involved in a "rat race" with four other Premier League teams for the final two Champions League spots.

While United, Arsenal, Southampton, Tottenham and Liverpool scrap for third and fourth, Chelsea and City have pulled clear.

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One of the reasons why Chelsea and City are a cut above United is because they have both...