Losing to Chelsea in tomorrow’s FA Cup won’t define United’s season – Mourinho

Manchester United’s boss, Jose Mourinho has spoken concerning tomorrow’s FA Cup final showdown with Chelsea which will take place at the Wembley stadium. According to the Portuguese, losing to Chelsea would be a big blow, but he has no intention of letting the result define United’s season.

“You can analyse the way you want and I can analyse the way I want” .

“Of course it makes a difference, but making a difference isn’t to consider whether the season is good or bad from one match.

“When I analyse the work I do, the effort I put, and everything we did in the club, I’m not going to analyse the players because of one, of course very important, match.

“I know what my players did. I know the effort they gave. The positive things, the negative things.

“I’m not going to change my opinion on one match, not at all,” he said.

Losing to Chelsea in tomorrow's FA Cup won't define United's season - Mourinho

Asked if the FA Cup final will be memorably entertaining for fans all over the world, 55-year-old Mourinho was of a different view.

“I don’t understand these words, do you think 6-0 is entertaining? I don’t think so,” Mourinho said.

“I think entertaining is emotion until the end, the game open, everyone on the edge of their seats, both dug-outs nervous and tense with the result in doubt.

“For a football lover that is entertaining for me. I think it will be entertaining tomorrow,” he said.

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