Fulham's Claudio Ranieri consults Manchester United's Jose Mourinho about 'everything'

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After a positive opening by United, David De Gea allowed Shkodran Mustafi's header to slip through his hands, with Ander Herrera failing to clear in time on the line.

Aaron Ramsey also came off with an ankle injury at Old Trafford, but Emery said "it's smaller than Rob's" and that the Wales global will also be assessed on Friday.

"We were unlucky because we started to play good in the first half, but we had two injured (players, Rob Holding and Aaron Ramsey) and we had to change so it was not easy for us". "We are going to wait, it is his knee".

Basement side Fulham have nine points from 15 matches and Ranieri said a string of good results starting with the game at Old Trafford could turn their season around.

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"We couldn't control for the full 90 minutes".

"Every supporter needs to feel that with us, and push like they pushed against Tottenham". When we are winning, it was a good moment, but they equalised very quickly.

"The best news for me is [being] calm, but the doctors are looking at him and they are going to communicate with us. Try to work harder and try to do what we are doing to try to win as many games as possible". "It means we have to maintain these standards", Wolves manager Nuno Espirito Santo said. "He played two matches for the Under-23s, the last on Tuesday". "When are we thinking he will start playing with us?"

The Gunners dropped down to fifth in the table after their 2-2 draw at Manchester United.

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"Everyone knows that the confidence was not high but we showed great character tonight, this is the way we have to fight until the end of the season". With the help of my team-mates, the coach and the fans I think I will be improving a lot here.

Jose Mourinho said his Manchester United team should not be compared to past sides including Roy Keane, Ruud van Nistelrooy and Nemanja Vidic as the embattled manager called for patience following Wednesday's four-goal thriller against Arsenal.

But James Milner's excellent low equaliser was followed by Roberto Firmino's close-range effort, with his first touch three minutes after he had replaced Alberto Moreno, and Xherdan Shaqiri added Liverpool's third.

Asked if he has enjoyed such a lengthy undefeated streak previously in his managerial career, the former Sevilla and Paris St Germain boss said: "I can't remember - maybe yes, maybe not".

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"But I think my game can adapt and (I can) get my game together here and settle down".