The Portuguese coach was not pleased that their FA Cup quarter-final defeat at Chelsea, originally scheduled for last weekend, was moved to Monday so it could be televised. He has also criticised the Premier League for ordering the match at Middlesbrough to kick-off at 1200 GMT, again to suit the demands of television, arguing that a later kick-off on Sunday would have given his players a crucial extra few hours to rest. “We have lots of enemies. It’s difficult to play Monday with 10 men, it’s difficult to play on Thursday, it’s difficult to play 12 o’clock on Sunday,” he said. “I don’t think it’s a funny situation. When I watch marathons and people go to their limit, I don’t think it is funny, and I don’t think it’s funny some of my players in six weeks play 11 matches. “Play on Monday with 10 men, enjoying five hours on the M6 coming back to Manchester. “We are living all these things and let’s see if Sunday we get a point. That would be great result”.