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Manchester United News: He Has to Improve-Mourinho

Manchester United News: He Has to Improve-Mourinho

 

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Manchester United News Alludes that in their last match against the Burton Albion the left-back Luke Shaw made his comeback for them, but the Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho believes that the left-back has to improve his game to get a position in the first team.

The Special one warned the English international Luke Shaw by saying that if he wants a spot in the first team then he must put that in work.

In this new campaign, the English international made his first debut for the Manchester United side in their last match as a substitute, he made his return to the Manchester United side after he picked up an injury in April.

Manchester United news says tin that EFL match they won their match comfortably against the Burton Albion but Shaw was criticized by the former Manchester United player Phil Neville after his lack of effort on the ground.

Manchester United head coach understands that after this certain period of absence it will be unfair o expect too much from him.

Mourinho says: "He has to work. Just that,"

"You saw the same as I see.

"Are you asking if he plays [on Saturday]? No, he isn't. He has to work. He has to improve.

“Look, he doesn't play for six months. I'm not expecting him to arrive on Wednesday and be man of the match or to be running up and down for 45 minutes. It's a process. He doesn't play for a long time."

 

 

 

 

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