Manchester United stand by José Mourinho and see cause for hope

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho applauds fans after the match

Things sure seem rotten for Jose Mourinho and Manchester United already this season.

Harry Kane backed Tottenham to challenge for the Premier League title after scoring the opening goal in Monday's 3-0 win over Manchester United. "It's time for the fans to stick together, to get behind the club, the team and the manager and the coaching staff".

Since Monday's 3-0 defeat to Tottenham, the Portuguese has become bookmakers' favourite to be sacked first in the Premier League this season.

"That's me purely speaking as a fan".

Dyche has never won against Manchester United, winning thrice and drawing thrice in six league games against them, with Burnley's last victory against the Red Devils coming back in August 2009.

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United face Burnley, who have one point from their first three games, at Turf Moor on Sunday before the two-week global break, then will face Watford at Vicarage Road on September 15. The United manager told friends this summer that he wanted to get rid of Martial because he was...

According to The Times, the 22-year-old is of the belief he will outlast Mourinho at United and is therefore giving serious consideration to signing a new five-year contract.

Dyche and Burnley have a lot to prove when Mourinho's men visit, and getting their first win of the campaign, and the manager's first over the visitors, will be very much on their mind.

Zinedine Zidane is one name that's been linked with replacing Mourinho but after he left Real Madrid on his own accord, it's a wonder whether he would even be interested.

"It's always mentally, can you get that rest, and I feel good, I feel fine. The club are going through a tough time but I don't see where they go after Mourinho".

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