Mourinho not ruling Matic of out Arsenal clash Manchester United will play Arsenal in a crucial upcoming Premier League match at the Emirates on Saturday,and with a gruelling December fixture list ahead of them, Jose Mourinho will be hoping the France worldwide is back to his very best as soon as possible.
“I would forget it and go for the game one at a time, and I would go for the game that is the most important game now, which is the next one”.
“I don’t know if he can play”, Mourinho said at United’s news conference yesterday. “I hope he can, I want him to and he wants to, but I cannot guarantee”. It doesn’t matter what happened before or what happens afterwards. “I play a game at a time, I play a game at a time, and is the way to do it, is the way to do it”. It is just this game. “We don’t think how many points we are in front of them, how many we are behind the leaders”. I don’t play tennis.
Asked if tomorrow morning’s fixture was a must-win to keep the title race alive, he replied: “I tell my players just to think about the game. It doesn’t matter what happened before or what happens afterwards.
“We don’t think about how many points ahead of them we are or how many points ahead the leaders are.
“It will be tough enough against Arsenal, so we will focus totally on this game.”Jose Mouriho told ahead of the match against Arsenal.
Arsene Wenger‘s side, fourth in the league and four points behind second-placed United, have won all their seven league games at home this season, scoring 20 goals and conceding four.
Mourinho added: “When we have the ball, we are going to attack with 11 players because even the goalkeeper needs to know what to do when we have the ball.
“When Arsenal have the ball, we are going to defend with 11 players.
“I remember big matches. Before I came to England, for many years it was about Manchester United and Arsenal for the title.” Mourinho not ruling Matic of out Arsenal clash