Publicado: Sáb, Setiembre 22, 2018
Deportes | Por Godofredo Marrero

Richard Dunne: Jose Mourinho has adapted and Manchester United are now thriving

Richard Dunne: Jose Mourinho has adapted and Manchester United are now thriving

Wolves have not recorded a victory at Old Trafford in 38 years but they face a United team who were beaten 3-0 by Tottenham on their last league outing at home.

'I am not saying we are going to have more points than last season because last season we collected a very acceptable level of points, ' Mourinho said.

"You have to adapt, respect and be humble - know you are facing a strong team - but you can not change and fear".

"We started with three points, that's the most important thing", he added. "We go there to compete, believing in ourselves".

The French midfielder won the World Cup this summer but has struggled to find consistency playing under Jose Mourinho.

The pair know each other well though as former goalkeeper Nuno was part of the Porto squad that Mourinho led to Champions League glory in 2004.

Nuno enjoyed spells with Rio Ave, Valencia and Porto before being appointed as the new head coach of the West Midlands outfit a year ago, and the Portuguese has quickly established Wolves in England's top flight after winning the Championship title during the most recent campaign.

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"No injuries from the match", said Mourinho.

"He's a fantastic manager".

The Frenchman is not viewed as a similar type of player to the versatile Milner, yet Souness indicated the former England worldwide would be the one to get the nod in his side.

Asked by Paddy Power to make a selection between rival performers at Old Trafford and Anfield, Souness said: "That's easy".

Marcus Rashford and Nemanja Matic will also miss the game through suspension after they were both sent off in each of United's last two league games. I think the team is more compact, more solid, the spirit, the cooperation, the empathy, the communication - all of that improves in the team and good results bring confidence and I think we are improving as a team. "We go there to compete, like we always do".

"He came in for €100 million and you factor in that Man United do pay a premium because they're one of the biggest and richest football clubs in the world, and the riches of the Premier League, but I don't see much difference in him from when he turned up".

Nuno has no fresh injury worries for the game.

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