Jose Mourinho has apologised to Manchester United fans after the 4-0 humiliation at the hands of his former club Chelsea at Stamford Bridge.
Pedro’s goal in the first minute set the tone for the following 90 minutes and it’s our worst result this season in a game where fans were confident going into it of getting a result.
The match leaves Man United with only one win in our last six matches and Mourinho will know the pressure is beginning to mount on him.
Speaking after the game, Mourinho said: “The millions of fans we have all around the world, they obviously have a very bad feeling. I feel so sorry for that.
“I have to apologise for that as the leader of this dressing room. The only thing I can say is that I am Manchester United 100 per cent. Not 99 per cent, and one per cent for Chelsea or any other club.
“I am 100 per cent for Manchester United. Because of that I feel deeply the situation. But there is only one answer, like I was telling the players, there is only one answer. Training tomorrow, and keep fighting.”
"I am Manchester United 100 per cent."
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) October 23, 2016
The players should all be apologising individually as well. Only Antonio Valencia and our away fans can walk out of Stamford Bridge with their heads held high, the rest were embarrassing.
It’s still only October but the manner of United’s defeat to Chelsea means there is likely to be some sort of fallout, hopefully starting with some personnel changes for the Manchester City game on Wednesday.