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Sky Sports interview cut short by Jose Mourinho

19 May 2017

But I don't feel like that.

He added: "I don't know other clubs, I don't know the way they think, I don't know what is important for them".

"When I have 14, 15 players, I can't do it".

"I don't want to see now, maybe Friday".

"We won a League Cup".

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has stated he had no choice but to focus on the Europa League because of injuries, after this weekend's defeat against Tottenham.

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Manchester United will face Dutch club Ajax in the final of the UEFA Europa League on May 24 in Stockholm. We had good things.

"I never, ever have had a situation like this and on top of that the accumulation of big injuries, not small, not the injuries that you say "okay, hamstring, two weeks".

"You know that in all of my career I was never (knocked) out of European competitions in the group phases and in the last 16 I was out only once".

Asked what had made it such a tough season, he replied: "The players and the club".

"Sometimes it's hard and sometimes it's easier but the players are all battling and improving to work for him". But when I analyse my work I know what I had to do.

Mourinho has been so annoyed by United's fixture pile-up that he has threatened to field his under-23 side against Palace so he can rest key men for the final.

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'We were simply trying to find balance, even with some players not in their best position, trying to organise a team to give minutes to people who need minutes and protecting people who needed to be protected. "They're two fantastic goalkeepers".

Jose Mourinho on Sunday night insisted he wasn't upset about Manchester United's English Premier League failure.

"Because it's a position where you have always a little bit of rivalry, especially if you are both the same kind of level".

"They are friends and they support each other all the time".

'Of course, I have in my mind already what I think is going to be the team but the players can influence decisions with positive or negative performances, ' he said in his post-match press conference. There was nothing to regret, I am very happy with the performance of the players.

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