Jose Mourinho - Manchester United's transfer might has waned since Sir Alex's days

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It leaves both with better bargaining power when it comes to wages and Neville feels players are able to do that with increasing frequency due largely to the weakened bargaining position of the club.

Six minutes later, it was 2-2 when Rashford got to the byline and cut the ball into the six-yard box, where Herrera nipped in front of his marker to score with a cute back-heel that McCarthy got a hand to but could not keep out.

Mourinho will be without captain Ashley Young who picked up his fifth yellow card against Southampton.

"In the second half we went back again to that dynamic where we lose too many balls in midfield and the players, they don't understand that simplicity is genius, especially in some parts of the pitch".

Brighton have struggled away from the Amex Stadium winning just three of their 26 games on the road since the start of last season and have conceded at least twice in five of their seven away matches this season.

"I don't see us going more than that".

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Immediately after the game, Mourinho cited United's lack of "mad dogs" as the reason for their second successive draw in the Premier League, but thought one player brought a particular bite to their performance.

They will now turn their attentions towards preparing for their crunch home clash against Arsenal at Old Trafford on Wednesday night in the Premier League. Some player with that kind of injury they don't play for two weeks, but Marcus I'm pretty sure he will be fine for the next one.

Now 16 points off rivals Man City and six off the top four having played one more match. "Doesn't matter the system we play, has to do with the characteristics of the players".

Mourinho used the rise of Tottenham as an example to explain why United can no longer raid their rivals as they did in the past for players like Dimitar Berbatov and Michael Carrick.

"But good spirit, good fight, good comeback from 0-2 to 2-2".

Ever since Mourinho's spell at Real Madrid, he appears to have picked one player to battle with in order to lay down his authority, with mixed results: Iker, Casillas, Eden Hazard, now Paul Pogba.

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