Mourinho’s return visits to Stamford Bridge with United last season, in the league and in the FA Cup, ended in two defeats.
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Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho insists he still has a good relationship with former club Chelsea despite a recent war of words with his Stamford Bridge successor Antonio Conte.Mourinho's side host Chelsea in a crucial top-four Premier League battle with much of the prematch talk centered around the apparent bad feeling between himself and Conte.The Portuguese opted not to talk about that spat at his news conference Friday, describing Conte as a "very good manager". Instead he spoke of his relationship with the Chelsea hierarchy, for whom he delivered three Premier League titles in two stints as manager.Chelsea also beat United this season at home, so Mourinho will be eager to redress the balance Sunday when victory would lift them six points above fourth-placed Chelsea.Pogba did come off the bench after 17 minutes to replace the injured Ander Herrera.
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