- Jose Mourinho blasts English FA for not rescheduling Man Utd's last day fixture against Crystal Palace ahead of Europa League final
- The Reds will face the Eagles on Sunday, May 21, three days before their Europa League final clash against Ajax, on Wednesday, May 24
- United are desperately in need of a win in the finals as that is their only chance of securing Champions League spot next season
Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has blasted the English FA for not rescheduling their last day fixture against Crystal Palace ahead of Europa League final clash.
United are set to face Ajax in the final of the competition after edging Celta Vigo on aggregate in the semi-final.
The Reds will face the Eagles three days before they battle the Eredivisie team on May 24, at Friends Arena in Stockholm, Sweden.
The 57-year-old has claimed that in other leagues, they will rescedule their fixture to a day before.
He said: 'In any country in the world, the match would be Saturday. We are sixth, it doesn't matter what [happens on Sunday]. Crystal Palace are safe.'
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'So I think after the moment Crystal Palace beat Hull City and Hull are relegated, and Swansea are safe, I think in that moment the match has to be Saturday. In any country in the world, it would be Saturday. It's frustrating for me."
The Portuguese tactician is desperately in need of a win in their clash against the the Netherlands side as that is the only way of qualifying for the Champions League next season.
NAIJ.com reported that United are set to lose a stagerring £38m in bonuses if they miss out on Europe's biggest competition next season.
According to reports, Mourinho's men will also share a whopping £1million bonus as incentives for a job well done.
Meanwhile, you can see NAIJ.com's video of the Super Eagles training ahead of the World Cup qualifiers.