Mourinho is to draw on his experience to get the best he can out of a team many believe lack the quality to be title contenders. AFP / Glyn KIRK
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After a close season of discontent, Manchester United's dismal performance in their 3-2 defeat by Brighton & Hove Albion Sunday only intensified the chorus of criticism. But with the transfer window closed, manager Jose Mourinho has no alternative to trying to draw on his experience and skill to get the best he can out of a team many believe lack the quality and character to be genuine title contenders.The big question is, does Mourinho still have what it takes to turn around a side outfought by a team who finished 15th last season?Former Liverpool manager Graeme Souness, now a pundit on Sky Sports television, believes Mourinho has a very tough task.While Manchester City's 6-1 win over Huddersfield Town Sunday highlighted the gap between the two Manchester clubs, former United skipper Gary Neville believes that there is enough quality at Old Trafford for Mourinho's side to be among the top four.
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