Mourinho can't resist dig at Arsenal and Wenger following Man United defeat

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"You've either got to back Mourinho in terms of how manages or be totally against no matter the result", Carragher said. He's leading it, he's the manager, he's guiding us through and guiding the club through.

The Portuguese is seemingly happy to place all his eggs into the Europa League basket to ensure Champions League football at Old Trafford next season.

In the second game of the day, Liverpool only got one point against Southampton as they played without goals at Anfield Road.

"And for this group of players, we have just a little group with European success, I think Wayne Rooney, Michael Carrick, Young, this group of English boys with a long time in the club plus [Juan] Mata".

"We lost players, four in one week, when we lost Smalling and Jones in the national team and Rojo and Zlatan against Anderlecht". No problems. We shook hands but during the game I don't like what I never like. "He's like us - we all want to win and we all want to lift trophies".

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Comparing the match to his own playing days, Neville added: "When I played for Manchester United, Arsenal was always our biggest game of the season - the build-up was electric and I felt as if I was going into battle against our greatest rivals".

The England striker had scored against his former club before, in an FA Cup win at Old Trafford, and helped Wenger claim his first triumph against adversary Jose Mourinho in 16 competitive fixtures.

United will play against Celta Vigo in a Europa League semifinal second leg soccer match on Thursday.

"Today (Sunday) they leave waving their scarves".

"We are fighting for a Champions League spot through the Europa League, but as well through the Premier League and we came here with this aim but unfortunately we couldn't win". So to have that record of winning so many matches, to not lose so many matches, it's something that's not normal. "You become cleverer, and since my (last) red card, I think things have improved". It's more important than finishing fourth. They are now in fifth place four points behind city rivals Manchester City with three games left to play.

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