Britain Football Soccer - West Ham United v Manchester United - Premier League - London Stadium - 2/1/17 Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho Reuters / Eddie Keogh
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Stam, who won three Premier League titles, an FA Cup and the Champions League during a three-year stint at Old Trafford, has hailed the current United squad under manager Jose Mourinho but will arrive prepared to cause an upset.Stam has urged the Royals to fight hard and not get intimidated against a United side unbeaten in all competitions since early November.Reading are currently third in the Championship, eight points behind leaders Brighton after 24 games in Stam's first season at the club.
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