"I think he is dealing very well with the pressure", he said. The centre-back also said that it was crucial for the team to keep the detractors quiet post the confident win against Burnley, as their campaign did not get off to an entirely bright start this season.
Sunday was not be the first time United fans have protested against the club, with David Moyes being the subject of a "Wrong One - Moyes Out" message late on in his ill-fated reign.
'I think Pogba could blast it out of the water by playing well because then Mourinho will have a problem.
"When you get to that level, they are top, top managers".
Echoing this sentiment was Marouane Fellaini who believes that everything is possible in the Premier League and he has complete faith in Manchester United's ability. The paper says there is no suggestion that the club's owners will copy Crystal Palace, who sacked Frank De Boer following four consecutive losses 12 months ago.
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He vowed that his government would cancel all agreements made against the interest of the country. He also directed them that a permanent mechanism be evolved to streamline the entire process.
But United refused to countenance Pogba's sale, having bought him back from Juventus, despite clear tension between the 25-year-old and his manager. Moreover, he passed negative comments against his players even in pre-season which was responsible for a mood off in the Manchester United training camp.
"Pogba is an elite player who has won everything and we always want to have the best", Suarez told RAC1 on Tuesday.
They said Mourinho had already settled a previous claim relating to his Spanish taxes after a 2014 inquiry, which resulted in a penalty of 1.15 million euros ($1.85 million). I give it my all for United always. "You struggle along with us when we lose and celebrate with us when we win, just like yesterday".
With United being criticized over not signing any significant players before the season, it is a done deal that they will be looking to sign big names in the Winter Transfer Window, especially looking to strengthen their defence.