Jose Mourinho: I feel sorry for Manchester United

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Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has revealed that he's feeling sorry for Manchester United, reports the Daily Star

The Red Devils have had a nightmare season under David Moyes and currently sit in seventh place in the Premier League table. 

Moyes' side suffered yet another setback yesterday afternoon as the current Premier League champions only managed a point against bottom of the table Fulham at Old Trafford.

However, Jose Mourinho has backed David Moyes to turn things around at Old Trafford and believes the future is still bright for the side. 

The Chelsea boss told reporters: “I feel sorry for them. I never enjoy when somebody is having some problems, like they're having.”

“It’s not easy, they know that.

“They know they are in the limit for the top four, and they also know that teams like us, Liverpool and Arsenal are doing okay.

“It’s not easy for them to close such a big gap, but it's possible. But United are United. David is experienced enough to cope with the situation.

“The future will be better for them. Yes, I think (he's the right man for the job), I think so.”

Chelsea currently sit at the top of the Premier League and are a staggering 15 points ahead of the Old Trafford outfit in the table. 

Both Chelsea and Manchester United will now turn their attentions to their Premier League fixtures this week. 

The Blues travel to the Hawthorns tomorrow to take on West Brom and Manchester United will head to north London on Wednesday to take on Arsenal. 

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