Jose Mourinho & # 39; faced with growing turmoil by displeased Tottenham players about his tactics and training sessions & # 39; while the pressure on the Portuguese boss increases amidst bad shape
Both Danny Rose and Tanguy Ndombele have faced the wrath of the manager
The methods of Jose Mourinho come under close supervision of Tottenham players amid growing turmoil about his style within the team.
Spurs have not won any of their last four Premier League games and are going home on Wednesday evening against Norwich nine points for the Champions League-places.
According to The Sun His Tottenham players were left behind by his old-school tactics and non-inspiring training sessions & # 39 ;.
It is claimed that several key figures had disillusioned with Mourinho's tactics after just two months, despite welcoming his appointment after the departure of Mauricio Pochettino.
The report suggests that the training sessions of Mourinho & # 39; would have too much emphasis on long balls, flick-ons and throws-in & # 39; and too basic for the Tottenham team.
A number of players are also said to be dissatisfied with the way Mourinho handled the signing of the summer with Tanguy Ndombele.
Mourinho publicly criticized the Frenchman for his inconsistent fitness and growing c is worried that every chance he had to thrive in North London has now disappeared.
As reported by Sportsmail Danny Rose and Mourinho had a heated exchange after the left back was excluded for last Saturday's scoreless draw with Watford .
Rose sought a statement from his manager on Friday, before he entered into a discussion with Mourinho the day after the match.
The former manager of Manchester United is also faced with the pressure of finding a replacement for Harry Kane in the January transfer window.
Kane stands on the sidelines for a long time with a hamstr ing problem, fueling speculation that T ottenham could target people like Edinson Cavani from PSG and Krzysztof Piatek from AC Milan.
Christian Eriksen is also likely to leave the club for Inter Milan this month, as Spurs threatens to lose one of their key players for nothing in the summer.
Rose, fit to return on Wednesday against Norwich, is on loan from Newcastle, but Spurs prefers to sell.
Meanwhile, Spurs & # 39; interest in Norwich is immediately back Max Aarons has cooled down because Mourinho wants a longer, more physical player.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer defends his Man United players for contesting the goal of Roberto Firmino after Virgil van Dijk David lost the Gea in Liverpool despite the loss of FA
- Roberto Firmino saw a goal rejected by VAR after Van Dijk had polluted De Gea
- United & # 39; s players surrounded referee Craig Pawson after initially awarded goal
- The club now faces a football association charged with failing to control players
- But Solskjaer defended his player because the goal was eventually rejected
United has been sued by the FA for not assuring the behavior of their players. in an orderly fashion & # 39; after the incident in their 2-0 defeat. They have until Thursday to respond.
A number of players surrounded referee Craig Pawson in an angry protest when he allowed Roberto Firmino's goal to stay in the first half despite a challenge to the goalkeeper David De Gea van Liverpool & # 39; s Virgil van Dijk in the run-up.
The decision was controversially annulled by do or VAR, but that could not prevent United from landing in the FA with warm water.
Responding to the indictment prior to the home game of United home against Burnley on Wednesday, Solskjaer said: & # 39; Maybe I shouldn't talk too much about that. Let's make that decision, but … it's been destroyed. I responded because everyone could see it was a violation. & # 39;
United will be against Burnley without Victor Lindelof after the Swedish defender felt at home after training after feeling unwell on Tuesday morning.
& # 39; We played Burnley three and a half weeks ago & # 39 ;, Solskjaer said. & # 39; We had to work very hard to get the points and defended very well. Every time we play against Sean (Dyche), we have to earn it.
& # 39; Last season was the first time I saw the players coming back from a setback. We were seven minutes away and each came back with two, so we have to approach this game as if they have won five in a row. & # 39;
& # 39; We must get everything on the table and arrange & # 39 ;: English boss Eddie Jones allows players to get Saracens flu out in the open after the salary limit scandal
- Saracens are punished with demotion after salary kick scandal
- There are a number of Sarries players in England and possibly tension
- Eddie Jones gives the players have a chance to camp their grievances
The national head coach wants the rumbling issue not to derail his attempt at derailment to win the championship, so will require individual grievances to be broadcast when players meet this week.
Jones has chosen seven Sarries stars – including Owen Farrell, Maro Itoje and new flanker Ben Earl – and will hold honest discussions with the opponents of the shame within his team.
The 36-person group for the tournament – including two & # 39; students & # 39; Alex Mitchell and Josh Hodge from Newcastle – meet on Wednesday, have a drink and then travel to Portugal on Thursday for a training camp.
& # 39; We need to get everything on the table and figure it out, & # 39; said Jones.
& common sense; Say what you feel. If players are angry, say so, put it on the table.
& # 39; But in the end there are 36 players who all want to play for England and their job is to get ready to play for England and figure it out. We will help them sort it out.
& We are not robots. You don't know how long it will take. It may take longer, but we'll figure it out.
& # 39; We have players from possibly 12 different clubs, 12 different ideas about what is right and what is wrong.
& # 39; We are like a family around the dining table, someone wants pasta for dinner and the other wants rice.
& # 39; They have a debate and that is going on in the national team. Every national team that I have coached has those problems.
& # 39; I remember hating Japan and the Panasonic players for the Suntory players. So we had to solve it. That always happens.
& # 39; I don't see any problems at all, I even think it's a chance for the team to become tighter. & # 39; Jones chose eight non-padded players in his team, George Furbank, Fraser Dingwall, Alex Moon, Will Stuart, Jacob Umaga, Ollie Thorley, Tom Dunn and Earl.
But there was no room for injured Jack Nowell, whose ankle needs surgery, and Billy Vunipola who broke his arm for Saracens on Sunday for the fourth time in two years.
England first faces France on 2 February.
ruthless Eddie Jones axes Jack Nowell, Dan Cole and five other members of his World Cup squad for the Six Nations, with three left out for injury
- England's head coach Eddie Jones announced his Six Nations squad on Monday
- Jones – who led England to World Cup Final – bring eight uncapped players
- England starts on February 6 
- West Ham drew 1-1 with Everton in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon
- Issa Diop opened the score before Dominic equalized Calvert-Lewin
- The result left the hammers only one point above the relegation zone
- Images were shot during the Cambrian-Treorchy match in Wales
- took place in the second half of the top versus bottom meeting Division One East Central
- Two players from each side received straight red cards due to the weak
- But former skipper Keane says the choice questions other players
- Keane also admitted that Maguire & # 39; a sensible boy & # 39 ; appears before the collision with Liverpool
- Arch-rivals Liverpool host Manchester United at Anfield on Sunday afternoon
- Jurgen Klopp & # 39; s side is so far nothing less than sensational this season
- The attacker, 31, fought for the playing time at Inter in a season with injuries
- But the Chilean remains a popular figure in the dressing room of San Siro
- He would demand his Should Reduce or Interested in Stump Up £ 400,000 per Week
Jack Nowell and Dan Cole wounded two major absences with others
Instead, Jones has brought in eight uncapped players – Tom Dunn, Ben Earl and Ollie Thorley have been involved in earlier English squadrons, while Fraser Dingwall, George Furbank, Alex Moon, Will Stuart and Jacob Umaga for the first time are called.
There is no recognition coverage at No. 8 for injured Billy Vunipola, who broke his arm for Saracens against Racing 92 on Sunday, because Alex Dombrandt, Sam Simmonds and Nathan Hughes were all overlooked.
ENGLAND SIX NATIONS SQUAD
Luke Cowan-Dickie (Exeter Chiefs, 21 caps); Tom Curry (Sale Sharks, 19 caps); Tom Dunn (Exeter Chiefs, uncapped); Ben Earl (Saracens, without cap); Charlie Ewels (bath rugby, 12 caps); Ellis Genge (Leicester Tigers, 14 caps); Jamie George (Saracens, 45 caps); Ted Hill (Worcester Warriors, 1 cap); Maro Itoje (Saracens, 34 caps); George Cross (Saracens, 41 caps); Joe Launchbury (wasps, 62 caps); Courtney Lawes (Northampton Saints, 81 caps); Lewis Ludlam (Northampton Saints, 6 caps); Joe Marler (Harlequins, 68 caps); Alex Moon (Northampton Saints, uncapped); Kyle Sinckler (Harlequins, 31 caps); Will Stuart (Bath Rugby, uncut); Sam Underhill (bath rugby, 15 caps); Mako Vunipola (Saracens, 58 caps); Harry Williams (Exeter Chiefs, 18 caps)
Elliot Daly (Saracens, 39 caps); Ollie Devoto (Exeter Chiefs, 1 cap); Fraser Dingwall (Northampton Saints, not covered); Owen Farrell (Saracens, 79 caps); George Ford (Leicester Tigers, 65 caps); George Furbank (Northampton Saints, uncapped); Willi Heinz (Gloucester Rugby, 9 caps); Jonathan Joseph (Bath Rugby, 47 caps); Jonny May (Leicester Tigers, 52 caps); Ollie Thorley (Gloucester Rugby, not covered); Manu Tuilagi (Leicester Tigers, 40 caps); Jacob Umaga (Wasps, without cap); Anthony Watson (Bath Rugby, 42 caps); Ben Youngs (Leicester Tigers, 95 caps);
Alex Mitchell (Northampton Saints, uncovered); Josh Hodge (Newcastle Falcons, uncapped)
Also the team that made the World Cup Final in Japan miss the injured Henry Slade and Joe Cokanasiga as Mark Wilson, Jack Singleton, Ruaridh McConnochie, Piers Francis and Ben Spencer have all been left out.
Saracen stars Owen Farrell, Maro Itoje, Mako Vunipola, Jamie George, George Cross and Elliot Daly are all chosen as expected.
To his selection Jones said: & # 39; It's always about winning the next game, so we've chosen the best selection available. At the same time, we wanted to bring in some young players because we have to keep building our depth, so it is an exciting opportunity for those new players. & # 39;
In the attacker, Exeter prop Harry Williams gets a re-call, Bath Lock Charlie Ewels and hooker Tom Dunn.
Stuart in Bath, Alex Moon or Northampton, Ted Hill from Worcester also all arrives.
And in the back Umaga is the surprising choice. The wasp fly half is a star for the junior parties, but can still qualify for New Zealand or Samoa – he is the cousin of the former All Black Great Tana Umaga.
Ollie Devoto of the Exeter Chiefs returns and the young Northampton couple full-back George Furbank and center Fraser Dingwall are also in it.
& # 39; The Guinness Six Nations for us is all about raising standards regarding the way we prepare, tactically and physically how we play the game, and the way we play outside the field meet, & Jones added.
& # 39; But our first task is to beat France in France, and that is the only game we should worry about. We start our preparations in Portugal, get some sun, some warm conditions and make sure that we are physically and mentally good for the game.
& # 39; The first three days will be about organizing. We have players from 11 clubs, so we have to get everyone on the same page quickly, spend a lot of time together and then we are in preparation for the France test next Tuesday. & # 39;
Jones also receives two & # 39; students & # 39; with his 34-strong team – Alex Mitchell, the scrum half of Northampton and Josh Hodge who plays Newcastle Falcons for Championship side
West Ham simply does not have enough players to play matches … new acquisitions are essential this month if they want to survive
The 900 or so representing a decade of the Davids find with protest that they need the men they want to spend the money that keeps them inside. What a kind of West Ham kind of pickle.
As always, there is a troubled balance in that club – off the field, where some of the supporters can't tolerate David Gold and David Sullivan, and in the team, where there just aren't enough players to compete can turn.
The former was well established long before Saturday's remonstration, but the latter was so nicely illustrated by David Moyes & # 39; reflections after the game. He talked about thinking about an aggressive second half substitution at 1-1 just to look at a bench with five defenders, a goalkeeper and a single striker in Albian Ajeti, about whom he admits that he knows little.
On the 16th in the table and with matches against Liverpool (twice) and Manchester City in their next five, the feeling grows that new acquisitions this month are essential for survival in West Ham.
Moyes has already received a new stand-in goalkeeper – Darren Randolph – but he wants at least one more. Those are the problems in the team, he could use help with right back, central midfield or attack, where the burden for Sebastien Haller was considerable in the 1-1 draw with Everton.
The difficulty, according to Moyes, is exacerbated by the breadth of the relegation battle.
Moyes said: & You could probably say it could have nine or ten teams. Because there are so many in that position, nobody wants to let people go. & # 39;
Gold and Sullivan will support Moyes – they have spent £ 210.4 million net since the controversial stadium movement in 2016 – and so far he seems a wise investment.
Although Saturday's game was generally lifeless, unlike the goals for Issa Diop and Dominic Calvert-Lewin's equalizer, it is noteworthy that Moyes has made West Ham much more robust. Indeed, they often had the best of Everton, who achieved 10 points out of 15 under Carlo Ancelotti but do not yet show great coherence.
Moyes said: "I knew when I took the job that January and February looked tough, and if we didn't get ourselves off the ground, it was hard to get points. What gives me a little hope is that the results are a bit uncertain and you would not know who is going to win. & # 39;
Hope is good. New acquisitions may be better.
What an asshole! In massive battles between rival rugby teams during a local derby, FOUR players are sent while discipline leaders start an official investigation
A massive fight between rival rugby teams was caught on camera before four players were sent out and discipline heads started an official investigation.
The images were recorded by a spectator during the match between Cambrian and Treorchy on Saturday in Wales.
In the video, Cambrian Welfare RFC can be seen in red sweaters with Treorchy in the darker black and white striped set.
The fight is already in full swing when the clip begins to watch the crowd from the stands and shout down to
The referee blows his whistle in an attempt to submerge the situation gain control, but none of the 30 players on the field seem to notice.
In the middle of the fight, Cambric players can be seen as they struggle with an opponent's team member before they drag him to the ground.
Other players shatter into mini-groups as a tirade of kicks and punches are launched by members of both teams.
The referee tries to whistle again before he looks around desperately.
A group stumbles closer to the crowd while dozens of players stack on top of each other.
The referee walks over while the two parties separate and help their teammates off the floor.
The fight seems to end when the players start running away from each other.
The referee takes a few steps back while several Cambric players follow him and the video ends shortly thereafter.
Two players from each side received straight red cards due to the weak and Welsh Rugby Union disciplinary leaders said that they will now start an investigation.
The scrap took place in the second half of the match in the Division One East Central top versus bottom meeting.
Division leaders Treorchy have already had initial discussions about what happened during the collision and agreed to investigate further.
And the club secretary at the bottom of the Cambrian table, Stephen Thomas, confirmed that they would hold a meeting Monday evening to investigate.
Treorchy eventually won the game 16-10.
Speaking until WalesOnline said the president of the club Andrew Jones: & # 39; It was hugely disappointing from our perspective to say the least.
& # 39; It was a one-off attack and there were no cards issued by the referee until that time.
& # 39; It was played in a good spirit and that made it all the more disappointing. I don't want our club to do something like that. We can certainly approve that. & # 39;
Cambrian Welfare RFC has been contacted for comments.
Asked for his opinion on the decision to bring the Africa Cup of Nations back to a January closing, Jurgen Klopp came from his long term. Seven minutes and 1043 words later he was ready and buried within all this was a very simple but important modern truth.
Referring in one of the many tangential diversions to FIFA terrible decision to play a club team with 24 teams for 24 months in China in the summer of next year, said the manager of Liverpool : & It must be a lot of money for everyone's clubs involved. It means the clubs will say, "Maybe we can play in it."
"They ask their managers and they would say" No ". But the clubs could pay a lot of money. & # 39;
So we can put a check mark next to a participant in FIFA's Chinese jamboree. Liverpool will be there, whether Klopp likes it or not. They will be there even if their manager thinks it is not healthy for his players after another long season.
Yes, Liverpool will be there, just like the rest. Money comes first and everything else follows. That is the truth of it.
Further down in Manchester United there have been some murmurs that could take a position in principle. Old Trafford executive vice-president Ed Woodward sits on the board of the European Club Association (ECA) and signed a letter against the expansion of the Club World Cup only last March.
However, just eight months later in November 2019, the prospect of the lucrative new tournament was marked as a & # 39; highlight & # 39; for Woodward's conference call with United investors to mark the publication of the club's quarterly accounts. So it seems that United also smells the money, and none of us should really be surprised.
Who really cares about the players if early estimates are that participating clubs can earn as much as £ 100 million at a time and the rest is taken into account?
And this is not just about the health and fitness of players. This is also about the quality of what we look at.
FIFA lives from a false belief that more is always better. More football, more money, more nice hotels. They believe that quality indicators are presence, TV viewing figures and the value of broadcasting rights.
If many people look and pay, everything should be fine. But that's just not true. The value of a tournament or competition is only really reflected in what is happening on the field and this is where people like Klopp come in.
Klopp does not want to take his players to China anymore than United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. They both know that traveling and the climate and football – the sheer absence of real-time free time – will directly influence the shape and prospects of their team as soon as the Premier League season starts in August 2021.
They know also both that will be listened to their views and then largely dominated. At Arsenal, former manager Arsene Wenger was the last of the modern breed who was steadfast against the curse of the long-season pre-season tour.
While United, Liverpool, and Chelsea spent years traveling around Asia and America in July, Wenger and his team trained softly and privately in Austria.
& # 39; It's better for the players, & # 39; Said Wenger ever. He was right, but it wouldn't last. By the time Wenger was over in 2018, he was dominated and Arsenal had joined the gravy train.
Modern soccer. In the end, it even gets the best of them.
Solskjaer wounded by Haaland & # 39; s turnaround
Manchester United is not very lucky this winter with transfers, with their move to Portuguese midfielder Bruno Fernandes the latest deal to get into trouble .
However, it seems that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had been abandoned by the previous target Erling Braut Haaland in December.
At a face-to-face meeting with the 19-year-old – a chat that took place without Haaland & # 39; s agent Mino Raiola – Solskjaer, the striker assured that he would join the January window .
Only two weeks later, Haaland signed for Borussia Dortmund and he scored a hat-trick for them as a substitute this weekend. If United Haaland had crossed in such a way, you can be sure that we would have heard about it earlier.
Foden still has to earn his place
Now that Manchester City's defense of their Premier League title is almost over, we hear that this is the time for Pep Guardiola to face the young English prospect Phil Foden. give time for playing games. What nonsense.
Any idea that a serial winner like Guardiola would treat the rest of the competition season as a sort of ceremonial procession in readiness for the start of the next one is just as laughable as it sounds.
If Foden wants a place on the Guardiola team, he will have to earn it and, considering that he has only started two league games so far, it seems that he is not doing enough yet.
English football greats say farewell to Jim Smith
The big and good English football gathered in Oxfordshire on Thursday from Jim Smith in former Derby County County and the funeral of Oxford United.
Smith died before Christmas but left his friends with a reminder of his zest for life last week.
Upon arrival at Blenheim Palace for the vigil, mourners were asked to provide a simple one-word password for access: & # 39; Rioja & # 39 ;.
& # 39; I am worried when a new player gets the captaincy & # 39 ;: Roy Keane says that Harry Maguire becomes a skipper at Manchester United asks doubts about other players … but admits that he comes across as a & # 39; sensible boy & # 39; [19459003
Roy Keane believes that Harry Maguire will be The new permanent captain of Manchester United questions other players in the club.
The English international moved from Leicester at the start of the season for a world record prize for a defender and has left the cloak behind due to the departure of Ashley Young.
But despite the fact that Maguire has been putting the bracelet on several times since she signed, Keane says the decision raises doubts about people who were already based in Old Trafford.
And as Maguire prepares to lead the team against unbridled league leaders Liverpool on Sunday, Keane told Sky Sports: & # 39; I'm worried when a new player gives the captaincy because he doesn't say much about the other boys, but he is a good age and he comes across as a sensible boy. & # 39;
United & # 39; s confidence in the 26-year-old was supported by boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, who praised Maguire & # 39; s leadership qualities, and former captain Keane also explained how the middle back could approach his new role.
He added: & # 39; It's all about the team. Don't let the captain distract you, enjoy it. You don't need the bracelet to be a leader, but it seems to be very proud of it.
& # 39; It's a big responsibility. I always try to concentrate on trying to be the best player in training, the best player in a weekend and hopefully the rest of the players will follow. & # 39;
Another club legend, Gary Neville, congratulated Maguire earlier on Twitter earlier this week, but then warned him that he would probably be criticized both on and off the field.
The expert said: & Congratulations! The s *** will become thick and fast in the coming year or two.
& # 39; Stay with it because you are the leader of the largest club in the world and he will stand up and win again. & # 39;
And although Solskjaer talked about a leadership group in the club, the Norwegian emphasized that Maguire would continue to lead the way.
He said Friday: & # 39; Harry wears the captain's bracelet and will continue to wear it. it. He is a leader in the group, I am impressed by his leadership qualities, so he will continue to wear the bracelet.
& # 39; He comes in and everything about him tells me that he is a leader, he is part of a group that we have had that led this young group, David (van Gea) , Marcus (Rashford), Harry, so Harry continues to wear the bracelet. & # 39;
Liverpool versus Manchester United combined XI: Reds legend John Barnes picks ALL 11 players out of the front runners, because Harry Maguire and Marcus Rashford cannot drive Joe Gomez and Mohamed Salah into the starting line-up
John Barnes believes the United player should appear in the combined lineup 
Arch rivals Liverpool welcome United to Anfield in the Premier League on Sunday afternoon.
The reds definitely fly at the top of the table while the side of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been in and out of shape all season.
Liverpool is on an undefeated run of 38 games, but will the Red Devils be able to put an end to that?
& # 39; I think it really depends on which Manchester United team appears, & # 39; former Reds winger Barnes, who spoke on behalf of bookmaker comparison site BonusCodeBets.co.uk told Sportsmail
Liverpool is nothing less than sensational This season and as a result Barnes believes that the United player must appear in the combined line-up.
Here Barnes explains to Sportsmail why his starting XI characterizes all Liverpool players.
If you look at the last few years, you could defend a case for Manchester United No David from Gea as a possibility.
But Liverpool & # 39; s first choice goalkeeper Alisson has been fantastic, although he has only been in the Premier League for a short time.
Obviously, Gea has been a fantastic goalkeeper for years. If you only talk about this season or the last 18 months, it would be Alisson.
You shouldn't necessarily include Harry Maguire after the last 18 months, but Joe Gomez may not be playing.
Three years ago, Maguire was fantastic.
I don't think there is a Man United player who has consistently played well enough over the past two to three years to introduce himself to one of the Liverpool players.
Rear Right: Trent Alexander-Arnold
Middle Rear: Joe Gomez
Rear center: Virgil van Dijk
Left rear: Andrew Robertson
Midfield will be Jordan Henderson, Georginio Wijnaldum and Fabinho or Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain board if the Brazilian is not fit enough to start.
Over the past two to three years, they have always been better than all players of Manchester United.
Of course, Paul Pogba has always played and played well, but he has been injured for a while now. You look at the potential that he has. Pogba is a fantastic player and as an individual perhaps better than one of the three Liverpool & # 39; s, but he has not shown it in the last two years.
Midfield: Jordan Henderson
The Midfield Center: Georginio Wijnaldum
The Midfield Center: Fabinho
The front three will Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mane are.
You could justify an argument for United striker Marcus Rashford because I'm not saying he's a bad player, but it's just the fact that Liverpool has been sensational for the past two years.
For example, you can see Rashford that he deserves to be on the team, but would he be for Salah, Mane or Firmino? No. Even if he is a better player in the long run than she is.
I am not alone with my Liverpool hat on, because the proof is that the team has played so consistently over the past two years.
Front center: Roberto Firmino
Forward right: Mohamed Salah
 Left forward: Sadio Mane
John Barnes spoke on behalf of the bookmaker comparison site BonusCodeBets.co.uk
Inter Milan players want the loan of Alexis Sanchez from Manchester United to be permanent, despite Chilean appearing only five times throughout the season
The attacker, 31, this season has played only five games for the Italian side in all competitions, leaving three
His move to the San Siro must end at the end of the season and with the cheers of Christian Eriksen, it seems that Sanchez could enter even more competition for places.
But the Chileans are a popular figure in the dressing room and the players want Antonio Tell him in the club holds, according to The Telegraph
Sanchez continued to be part of the team during his injury setback where he spent three months on the sidelines with ankle ligament injury, despite talks about him returning to Manchester United.
His contract with Old Trafford runs until 2022 but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and Ed Woodward would like to discharge him d stop paying his enormous wage.
Sanchez's base salary starts at around £ 400,000 a week and can increase even further with performance-related bonuses.
And in his press conference after the game, Conte was dissatisfied with asking questions about his availability.
He said: & You ask me about (Alexis) Sanchez, well, the boys have to be fit to play. I'm not crazy, I'm not an imbecile or someone who likes to hurt themselves.
& # 39; I know that one plus one makes two, but if you think it is five. If I decide to put someone in the field, it's because I have my reasons. & # 39;