Mourinho is embarrassing Manchester United - Scholes

Jose Mourinho on the training ground

Mourinho suggested his Man Utd team lost their 'dignity' against West Ham Credit Getty Images

Greater Manchester Police (GMP) has said it was not to blame after Jose Mourinho suggested the lack of police escort caused his team to arrive late for the Champions League clash vs. Valencia at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

That mistake took place after United drew 0-0 in the Champions League at home to Valencia.

Scholes said he was "surprised" that Mourinho was still in the Old Trafford hot seat and said he was "embarrassing" the famous club.

Pogba was among those to go through but told reporters "I've been told I'm not allowed (to talk)".

"I don't need to know what he said", Mourinho said of Scholes.

The midfielder, strongly linked to Barcelona, was soon stripped of vice captaincy duties, before having a tense, and public, training ground conversation with the manager over his social media during the League Cup exit to Derby County.

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That terrible form continued on Tuesday night as United produced an uninspiring performance against Valencia, firing blank in a god-awful goalless draw. "He can say what he wants to say".

José Mourinho gave a damning appraisal of his Manchester United players' abilities after they were booed off on another grim night at Old Trafford.

United face Newcastle at home on Saturday looking to win at Old Trafford for the first time since the 2-1 victory over Leicester on August 10.

He said: 'We left the hotel at six o'clock hoping that 30 minutes would be enough, which it normally is, but this time the police refused to do an escort so we had to come by ourselves'. I am fully supportive of the manager and my teammates.

"I think we showed improvement and we have to keep going", he added.

Asked after Tuesday's game about his relationship with the United manager, Valencia said: "I have never had any problems with anyone, thanks be to God".

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