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Mourinho says he’s ‘not interested’ in criticism from former Man Utd midfielder

By Reuters
03 October 2018   |   8:07 am
Following a tepid 1-0 draw against Valencia in the Champions League on Tuesday (October 2), Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said he is "not interested" in what club legend Paul Scholes has to say about him after the former midfielder said the Portuguese was "embarrassing" the club.

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