Jose Mourinho Admits Worries Over Future of Marouane Fellaini

Sheri Evans
November 27, 2017

Pogba played the full 90 minutes for the first time since returning from a hamstring injury a week ago.

Pogba missed seven Premier League games with the problem and two of those games ended in defeat for Mourinho's men.

This prompted the rare occurrence of the Portuguese manager admitting a mistake with the 4-2-3-1.

"I respect both; I respect the player because he has the right, has the right to decide his future, and I respect the board because the decisions and the discussions are under control".

They now sit second, eight points behind City the early pacesetters.

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"In this moment, we have Pogba, Marouane Fellaini, Ander Herrera, Nemanja Matic and Scott McTominay. I know that we have a good record at home, I know that we are strong at home, but the opponent is going to be hard for us". They were not successful one against one.

"Marcus (Rashford) did not have a happy match at all".

Their goalkeeper Mathew Ryan produced a fine double-save to keep United from grabbing the lead just before half-time, but the Australian could do nothing to prevent Ashley Young's second-half strike flying off Lewis Dunk and past him. They all try to give their best.

There was a bit of controversy, with Brighton arguing the corner leading up to the goal should not have been awarded, while Romelu Lukaku appeared to have fouled a defender in the build-up. We had awesome chances a couple of days ago and we couldn't score, today we did it.

"He's an incredible character, but for those who do n't know him, he seems like a bighead but he's a phenomenon, he's a beast who goes forward and wants to win everything".

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