Mourinho admits his Manchester United's 'target' has now changed

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"Last year I said it was fantastic to finish second considering the quality we had compared to other teams who were fighting for a top-four finish", he is reported to say.

Defeat to Arsenal at Old Trafford - something not seen in the Premier League since 2006 - would leave Man United eight points behind the top four places. You saw me in the flash interviews (after the Southampton game), you know what I told.

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"There are six teams that should stay in the first six positions, season after season two of these teams are staying outside the top four. We're going to play a good team in a good moment without accumulation of matches because they're playing Europa League", Mourinho told a news conference.

Mourinho recently stated that he expected his side to be in the top four by the end of this month, but ahead of his teams game against Arsenal at Old Trafford tomorrow he has admitted that his 'target, ' has now changed.

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United's poor start to the season - they have taken 22 points from their first 14 games - has prompted questions about whether the squad are still behind their manager.

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In an explosive rant, Mourinho also said Pogba kills the mentality of his teammates when he plays games. "And you kill the mentality of the good honest people around you". "I can agree", he said, noting that Everton are above them in sixth. "You have to analyse a player by 'is he performing, yes or no?' You shouldn't go in that direction because you are calling the players dishonest".

He said: "I am not going to analyse the performance individually".

"You believe a player scores in his own goal and then runs and celebrates "I scored in my own goal because I don't like the manager"? I don't believe in that".

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