Jose Mourinho Reportedly Enforces 'Strict' Manchester United Social Media Rules

Jose Mourinho Reportedly Enforces 'Strict' Manchester United Social Media Rules

Various United players have hit the headlines for posts made on their various social media accounts this season.

Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho says he is "very happy" with his players after a draw against Swansea in Old Trafford. "Fellaini and Pogba will be back for that [Celta] game, so we try with everything we have and we go again", he is quoted as saying by ESPN FC.

A month in which Mourinho's debut season as Old Trafford boss will be judged upon.

Meanwhile, Marcos Rojo, Phil Jones and Chris Smalling are already sidelined.

Former Manchester City and current Celta Vigo striker John Guidetti said he hopes "to keep the city blue" when his club takes on Manchester United in the UEFA Europa League semifinals on Thursday night.

Sunday's matchday programme contained an interview with Shaw in which he said: "I'm really disappointed [the season] is coming to an end".

"Whether it's the player or the agent or pressure from elsewhere, you can not know unless you're in the group".

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"We did not look tired and exhausted, we are tired and exhausted".

However, social media use is prevalent in the modern era, so it's of little wonder that many footballers make use of it.

Jose Mourinho has enforced a social media ban on his Manchester United players in a bid to limit the extent of information leaking out of the first-team squad.

"I don't know about the injuries", said gloomy United manager Mourinho.

Fifth-placed United are a point and a place behind Manchester City and their qualification for next season's Champions League through a top-four finish depends on either City or third-placed Liverpool slipping up in their remaining games.

"The players were very frustrated and angry after that penalty decision at half-time, but we re-focused in the dressing room on what we had to do".

But they will have to do so without Luke Shaw and Eric Bailly, who joined the club's lengthy injury list during the Swansea draw, and Young accepted it will be tough with so many players missing.

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