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Having spent the days leading up to the start of the season making his feelings known about the lack of transfer activity at Manchester United, Mourinho has watched his side make a far from convincing start to the new campaign.

Alexis Sánchez is expected to be back in the starting lineup when United travel to Burnley on Sunday but will not be joining up with the Chile squad for their two Asian friendlies during the worldwide break.

Romero made a good save from Stoke striker Tyrese Campbell in the second half as United moved up to second in Premier League Two Division Two.

Asked if he would still be a great manager if he did not win the title with United - who have won the English top flight 20 times, including 13 Premier Leagues - the Portuguese replied: "Of course".

Jose Mourinho took to channeling the musings of a famous German philosopher on Friday to remind critics he is still the "special one". I had great success last season and that's probably what you don't want to admit.

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José Mourinho has this afternoon delivered yet another unusual press conference in which he took swipes at Tottenham and Liverpool, while also labelling himself as "one of the greatest managers in the world".

"I had last season great success".

"I think you saw a team that wanted it to carry on considering how many have been saying that "no-one wants it", but that is the mentally here, we want to win every game that we play", said Dyche. "On that night at Wembley the United fans were singing the Special One and they were not singing that".

United have lost two of their opening three league games and, following a 3-0 defeat at home by Tottenham on Monday, Mourinho walked out of a news conference demanding respect. "I am the only manager in the world that has won in Italy, Spain and England, and by winning eight titles - not small titles, not small countries, eight proper titles - my second position last season is one of my greatest achievements in football".

Chris Chang and guests dissect the week's action in the Premier League, Europe and wherever Kiwis lace up their boots.