Michael Carrick to Join Jose Mourinho Coaching Staff During FA Cup

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Given the lack of anything to play for in this game, José Mourinho has taken the chance to give fringe players some minutes; Matteo Darmian, Scott McTominay, Daley Blind and Michael Carrick all start in what will be Carrick's last ever match as a player.

All the aforementioned midfielders are simply not good enough passers apart from perhaps Matic but it's their off the ball movement that hurts United more than anything.

Carrick said he is considering moving into management one day but it is not something he intends to push for yet. This was the final chance to cut the cloth clean.

The United supervisor has already confirmed that he is not going to have an assistant to interchange Faria subsequent season, selecting as an alternative to restructure his teaching workforce. "For 10 months I get asked "why always Lukaku?"

He added: "That Man City game at Old Trafford, you could sense among United fans that they didn't want to play City, because they were going to play them off the park".

"A couple of years ago I thought maybe it would be a good thing to spend time with the family but then it's about timing and opportunities".

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However, reports surfaced prior to kick-off claiming that the France global, who has completed 90 minutes just six times in the Premier League this season, drove away from Old Trafford at noon.

'And of course I have to make the decisions but of course my assistants have an opinion and he has, obviously in relation to his position. a different vision than any other opinion than you can have from any scout or analysis department'. "I'm well aware of that", he said.

"People remember the cup final if you win a cup final. I'm sure that will be the case again", Carrick added.

"You've just got to evolve and find a way. There will be players here who will improve and progress and if anyone gets brought in, whoever gets brought in, the club will move on".

"There's not a game where you think, "It could have gone either way", I think we've deserved to win the games".

"They've competed well in every game and won games where you're thinking they probably would have drawn".

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