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Jose Mourinho has 'no regrets' after Manchester United exit Champions League

14 March 2018

With both his decision-making on the training field and his antics in front of the microphone, Mourinho proved that he has fundamentally misjudged Manchester United as a club and his task as its manager.

Jose Mourinho claimed early Champions League exits are not "something new" for Manchester United as he knocked the club out twice before taking charge at Old Trafford.

"I told you yesterday that it would be disappointment if we would lose the match."

Jose Mourinho has 'no regrets' after Manchester United exit Champions League

Nemanja Matic called on Manchester United to quickly forget Tuesday's damaging Champions League loss to Sevilla as he sets his sights on the silverware still available to them this season. When United pressed, generally via their long-ball tactic, the Sevilla defense marshalled by Lenglet was on hand to admirably deal with the threat created by the men in red. I felt we were in control possession-wise and we have them very little opportunity to get close to our goal.

"That's football, we lost, but tomorrow is another day and Saturday is another match".

"We still have the top four in the league to fight for and the FA Cup too so it's not the end of the world".

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That is not to say that Mourinho must play possession-based football; Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool is proving that counter-attacking football does not have to be boring and negative.

Neither Real Madrid nor Barcelona sidelined their attacking players to stifle N'Zonzi when facing Sevilla but Fellaini's selection was purely a result of the presence of the former Blackburn and Stoke player.

"It was a good, happy move by Vincenzo to bring Ben Yedder and when they scored the first goal it's completely different". But we didn't deserve it because we weren't good enough. "We always get in the right positions and the last pass was not good enough, and that is what killed us today".

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Progress may be being made by Mourinho but it is mid-March and his team are out of the race for the Premier League title, where they trail Manchester City by 16 points, and of Europe. It's not just changing for changing sake, it's a natural process. We have to see made mistakes, to see what we have to do better and on Saturday is a new game. "We played a team decorated with big-money signings and superstars and we were better".

"I don't have regrets", he said without a hint of a smirk.

It is to be remembered that Sevilla had an advantage in the second leg as they were the away side and on scoring just one goal, United would had to score 2 goals to win because of the away goal rule.

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Jose Mourinho has 'no regrets' after Manchester United exit Champions League