"It's just the way football is".
"Obviously Paul is a confident lad, so over time he's going to be a great player for this club and have a big season this season". "I don't think he comments, I think he criticises, which is a different thing.I think Scholes will be in history as a phenomenal player, not as a pundit".
The Portuguese coach refused to rule out making additions this month, but indicated that it could change in a few weeks when players return from injury and the fixture schedule eases up after the festive season, with United playing 10 games in a month.
The 25-year-old midfielder dribbled up the left flank, juking one Everton defender before coming up on an entire group of blue shirts. "We had the ball, moved the ball, felt very confident with the ball and the goals were phenomenal", United manager Jose Mourinho told a news conference. In BT Sport's coverage of United's 0-0 draw with Southampton, Martin Keown ludicrously suggested the manager had lost the dressing room, while Paul Scholes, on the same panel, suggested Paul Pogba had "strolled" through the game.
"The lads who have been winning and drawing matches, you try to let them go as far as they can". "If Paul (Scholes) one day decides to be a manager, I wish that he can be 25 per cent as successful as myself".
For too long, United have found themselves burdened and even dictated by the say-so of Scholes, Ryan Giggs and the Neville brothers, but the tables may finally be turning with the former Chelsea boss. If he's 25%, he'll be quite happy.
Both sides struggled to create first-half chances in the wet and windy conditions although United finished the opening period stronger and seized the momentum after the break, with Juan Mata hitting the post before Martial set them on the way to victory.
"Where's the Paul Pogba we saw at Juventus?"
Everton tried to respond but Lingard ended their hopes as he doubled United's lead, and lifted them back to second in the Premier League, with a superb individual effort.