Alexis Sanchez could be in hot water over reports he bet that Mourinho would be sacked with Marcos Rojo, while the Daily Star claim four unnamed United stars threatened to leave if the Portuguese remained at the club.
He said, "I'm not sure about you saying the power has gone to the dressing room".
Mourinho's replacement, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, said on Friday morning that Sanchez would be returning to Manchester over the weekend in order to finish his rehabilitation with the club and return to action in the New Year.
The Everton manager is close friends with Mourinho and was dismayed by his departure from Old Trafford this week.
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To a look of bewilderment from Theresa May, Greening said that the prime minister was "not allowing debate". However, it may well be easier to win than a vote of no-confidence in the government.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer further said the balance of power in modern football has not shifted too far in the players' direction.
"You know with your kids when they disappoint you, you tell them off, you don't give them some chocolate do you?"
"I understand there are so many managers who would love to be manager of Manchester United, so of course I'm one of them but it's not something that we've talked about".
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Mr O'Farrell, who is now Deputy Chair of the Australia-India Council, admits to John Stanley that he wants the opposition to win. Not just in context of this series, but it was Australia's first Test win since the ball-tampering saga in Durban ten months ago.
"But these players are different from what he's used to, he's had the experience of Cardiff, but if you're starting to leave players out and it's not going well, I think that's something that will be interesting to see how he handles that".
"Football is developing. The structure of the club has developed".
Now it is Solskjaer's job to enforce discipline, and he feels power within a dressing room still rests with the manager, not his players. He picks the team, he picks the tactics, the strategy, the philosophy is in these walls.
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Within four days, more than 40,000 people have contributed to the campaign, donating more than $2.4 million to date. Brian Kolfage , 37, created the fundraiser titled "We The People Will Fund The Wall ", which has a $1 billion goal.
And his first game is against former side Cardiff today, with the Norwegian set to completely revamp his squad.