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Three things Mourinho should learn and fix ahead of next match




Three things Mourinho should learn and fix from Brighton vs Man United match.

English Football club, Man Utd had suffered a double defeat from Brighton FC.

The EPL newcomers had defeated the Red Devils last season in a game that ended 1 goal to nothing, they went on to repeat this stunt as they defeated Man United at Amex Stadium with a scoreline of 3 – 2.

So far Manchester United have gone lower than their contemporaries, Man City and Liverpool and if they don’t win their next match against Tottenham Hotspur, they should just forget about winning the EPL trophy.

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After going through the highlight of the Man United match against Brighton, we were able to observe 3 things and it will be in the best interest of Mourinho to work on them.

1.  The defense area need a leader: Man United defense line is in shambles and Ivorian player, Eric Bailey is not helping at all especially with his poor performance so far this season.

Mourinho needs to get a defender, who can lead and manage the defense area effectively.

The likes of Ferdinand, Kompany comes to mind but they are hard to come by.

2. The style of play is very poor: Coach Jose Mourinho while at Chelsea is known for his parking bus style of play especially against a big team but using it against a small team like Brighton shows Mourinho have lost it.

The Portugal international should have attacked more while they hold on to the ball.

3. There is pressure on him to deliver: having been unable to win a silverware last season, Jose Mourinho is under pressure to deliver this season and this has created tension in the team.