Former Valencia star Pablo Hernandez predicts loss for Manchester United

Former Valencia star Pablo Hernandez predicts loss for Manchester United

Former Valencia star Pablo Hernandez predicts loss for Manchester United

"You can be laughing and be the saddest person in the world and you can be with a very sad face and you can be a fantastic actor and inside of you, you are very happy, so sometimes what you see is not what you get". Paul Pogba and Alexis Sanchez were also present.

"When you play a long time with another team and you play different football in that other team you have some kind of adaptation that you have to have", said the Frenchman.

So it comes down to this: Can Jose Mourinho ever produce the exciting and successful Manchester United side that fans crave?

Liverpool's best four is better, but if there are injuries along the way, then Man City have players who can come in, so I am going to have to side with them.

"We need to play the flawless match to win", Marcelino continued but added some words of caution about the task ahead.

Jose Mourinho's reign at Old Trafford has turned sour in the past few months and now United look set to play in front of thousands of empty seats against Valencia tonight.

Simon Gleave, head of sports analysis at Gracenote, said: "Manchester United's win against Young Boys was expected but actually having the points on the board has increased the Red Devils' chance of a place in the last-16 from 68% to 84% according to the Euro Club Index".

He stubbed his toe getting up out of bed this morning, he burned his toast, he bit his tongue while chewing on some gum in the afternoon, all on top of the fact that the media is continually linking him with the exit door at Manchester United.

Leeds United star Pablo Hernandez has backed his former club Valencia to win against Manchester United, as quoted on the Spanish outfit's official website.

The Mail report adds: "There are now serious concerns over just many first-team players remain loyal to the 55-year-old coach". The two main forwards of Chelsea shares just one goal this season.

Ajax's players take part in a training session on the eve of the UEFA Champions League Group E football match Bayern Munich vs Ajax Amsterdam st the stadium in Munich, southern Germany, on October 1, 2018.

Regardless of issues off the pitch, the players have a duty to perform to their highest standard on it.

"We tried to do our best to win the game and we continue to work hard every day".

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