He further said that despite all the external scrutiny, only the players know about the managers since they work with them every day and they have more information than the rest of the world, which includes the fans and media. And I answer you the question.
"Two seasons ago we had a fantastic season because we won the Europa League".
And Mourinho says the 29-year-old is planning to use the two-week worldwide break to improve his fitness ahead of a busy schedule for United.
It has led to some bookies having him down as the first managerial casualty of the season in the Premier League.
Manchester United now have registered just one win in three in the new league season, leaving them six points behind Liverpool who top the Premier League table and putting Mourinho's position at the helm of the club in serious doubt.
After surprising everyone in the early weeks of last season, Burnley have made an even slower start than United this time, with one point from three games. "I knew that because finishing second last season was hard".
Mourinho's latest comments come after a news conference during which he demanded "respect" from journalists following Monday's 3-0 home loss to Tottenham - the heaviest home defeat of his career.
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Zidane on the other hand, has won three-straight UEFA Champions League titles as Real manager and captured the 2016-17 La Liga championship. "I knew this was going to be hard because I knew that last season was going to be very, very hard".
"A cup final they had a big dream to go to, a title they had a big dream to win, because they don't win many".
"The United fans were signing Special One and they were not singing".
Speaking in an interview quoted by the Daily Express, Van Der Sar said: "Last year, there was a very big gap [to Manchester City] and this year they've started badly, losing two of their first three games".
Mourinho also praised defender Luke Shaw - a player he has criticised in the past - who was called up to Gareth Southgate's England squad for September's fixtures against Spain and Switzerland.
"To be really good offensively you have to be solid at the back, all the best teams are, because that is what allows you the confidence to take risks".