You can't buy class - Mourinho blasts Man City documentary

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United could lose further ground on rivals Manchester City, who have won their opening two league matches of the season, with a tough match at home to Tottenham next Monday.

Former Manchester United defender Gary Neville believes Jose Mourinho has lost faith in his central defenders and could swap to a back three to compensate for their lack of confidence.

"When I am critical with my players you just don't accept it, so please do not ask me to go in this direction because it is not good for me", Mourinho said.

"I know you can not always play very, very good", added Pogba.

Speaking in an interview with Sky, Mourinho didn't refer to any particular passage of the fly-on-the-wall documentary, entitled "All or Nothing: Manchester City". "We can not buy class", Guardiola told reporters. I agree with Jose.

When asked for a response to Mourinho's remarks, Guardiola agreed that class can not be bought, but stressed at the same time that City meant no disrespect by the content of the documentary. We did it for ourselves. Having exited Bayern Munich previous year, Ancelotti has only been in charge at Napoli since May, so the time may not be right for him to return to the Premier League, after his stint at Chelsea between 2009 and 2011.

"Liverpool are trying to win the title with their wonderful investment". We did it for ourselves and our fans to see what happens inside the locker room.

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"But if they send me one of the shirts they had in the tunnel when we played there, the shirts that were saying "We did it on Derby Day".

"But it's Jose opinion, other guys are going to say we like [it], another guy says, "No".

Jesus and David Silva also scored with a late Terence Kongolo own goal meaning Huddersfield have now shipped nine goals in two games. Last season was a tough moment for his family.

The Brighton result came on the back of a series of warnings from Mourinho about how tough his team could find this season after a summer that saw them miss out on key transfer targets, particularly a right winger and a centre-back.

The champions have claimed this week that they had no editorial control over Amazon, but a number of reviews have commented on how heavily Mourinho and United figure.

"We played at home in the first game and now away, it's two different games, playing against Brighton it's two different teams as well with different tactics. The experience of last season, where we conceded heavy defeats to the top-six sides will help us".

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