Luke Shaw must quit Man United due to Jose Mourinho - Stan Collymore

Beth Cruz
May 3, 2017

The United manager is frustrated with how much the players make public online and has brought in a strict new set of rules governing what they can and cannot publish on Twitter, Facebook, Snapchat and Instagram.

"I think it is going to go all the way to the last game".

"We are exhausted", said Mourinho.

United were 1-0 up against relegation strugglers Swansea on Sunday but had to settle for a point when Gylfi Sigurdsson equalised with a free-kick 11 minutes from time.

"Unfortunately he is unlikely to be able to play, so I wish him a speedy recovery". "You don't score them all, so as long as he's in the right position to get on the end of them I'm sure he'll score the next one".

Shaw's first Premier League outing since featuring in the 3-0 win over Sunderland in early-April ended very soon as he had to be substituted as early as the ninth minute against the Swans.

With Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini returning against Vigo from injury and suspension respectively, Mourinho remains hopeful that his team would continue their incredible spirit and bring the side back on track.

Putting the penalty incident aside, United's first-leg of their Europa League semi-final away to Celta Vigo on Thursday is the start of a crippling run where they have to play a game every three days. 'We have a squad of 22 that is reduced to 13 or 14 players.

Mourinho said on Monday that Matteo Darmian could fill in at the heart of defence, as could Michael Carrick or youngster Axel Tuanzebe.

Captain Wayne Rooney scored from the spot after Rashford went to ground following a challenge from goalkeeper Lukasz Fabianski, with television replays highlighting that there was barely any contact.

Midfielders Paul Pogba and Marouane Fellaini will return to action against Celta.

Sky Sports revealed that Juan Mata underwent a surgery last month and has been recovering from his injury in recent weeks.

Clement was adamant that Rashford had "deceived" referee Neil Swarbrick, telling BT Sport: "My players clearly thought it wasn't a penalty and, seeing the replay, the player has deceived the referee".

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