Jose Mourinho hits back at critics after Manchester United beaten by Tottenham

Posted May 18, 2017

Balancing the desire to win with resting players has been hard and Mourinho said it would have been worse it not for Oliver's decision to red card Ander Herrera sending off in the 1-0 FA Cup quarter-final defeat at Chelsea in March.

"I want to give the players the best conditions to try to go to the final".

"I think it's odd because someone asked me about speculation and all of the questions about how I will improve the club", Puel said.

Manchester United's players have an incredible £38million resting on their UEFA Europa League final against Ajax next week. "But if I was on your side and you are always looking for these kinds of capital letters, big headlines, I accept if you say that".

"There were no injuries and one less match to play because in this moment the Premier League for us is just matches we didn't want to play".

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"But to finish the season with four matches away from home - Arsenal, Tottenham, Man City".

"I am giving one-day holiday "a la carte", if you understand", Mourinho added.

"We had to do it because, if I have Ashley Young, Luke Shaw, Marcos Rojo, Ibrahimovic, Tim Fosu-Mensah, if I have these guys (who are injured), I can rotate, I can go for every match".

The Red Devils are in the final of the Europa League against Ajax, and that was reflected in Mourinho's team selection for the game.

Mourinho says he is having to do "a la carte" preparation for his players, juggling rest, preparation and matches.

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"When we can make seven changes with the team, this has allowed different players to recover, and this will allow us to finish strong this week".

Mourinho shrugged off any disappointment surrounding a probable sixth-place finish for his EFL Cup winners - United have not finished lower since David Moyes' shambolic tenure in the 2013-14 season. You can't play two big competitions with 15 players. We want to fight for the result, I don't want to field a team where people think we are not fighting for the result. They won the Champions League on three occasions.

"With two matches in hand that we had to play later".

Spurs ensured second spot with the win, thanks to goals from Wanyama and Kane, while Rooney scored for United.

"The last month or so we have been disappointed and we are hurting from that", said Evans.

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"So I don't think that way, but if I was on your side, in your chair... yeah [it's fair]".