Jose Mourinho reacts to Romelu Lukaku and Marouane Fellaini injury concerns
Oct 12 2017 by Marjorie Miles
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"You can say, like some people do, we have not played one of the top five teams but last season we did not beat West Ham at home, last season we did not beat Everton at home or Southampton away".
'We don't cry with injuries, we may cry with the process that leads to injures, but we don't cry.
Mourinho refused to blame worldwide action for leaving United a man short, adding: "Not just global teams, we don't only have injuries in worldwide teams". The 29-year-old has started six of their first seven Premier League games this season, scoring his first goal of the campaign against Crystal Palace last weekend.
A scan later revealed that Fellaini had sprained his medial knee ligament and would be out for at least two weeks as a result.
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He's become an important part of Mourinho's plans, but the Portuguese isn't anxious about players missing through injury.
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"And [for] our way of thinking and feeling, it's no problem".
It has not yet been officially confirmed how long Fellaini will be out of action for but he is expected to definitely miss Manchester United's crunch clash with Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday lunchtime.
"It's an opportunity for another one and we trust".
United sit second in the Premier League and are only behind rivals Manchester City on goal difference. "We have our objectives for the season, we know where we want to go and how we have to go".