Under-fire Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho will face reporters at the unusually early time of 8am on Friday morning.
Bleary-eyed journalists will have plenty to grill the Portuguese about, with the manager's comments under an 8.30am embargo.
United have made their worst start to a league season since 1989-90 and put in an uninspiring performance in a goalless draw against Valencia in the Champions League on Tuesday night.
The Red Devils' press conferences usually take place at around 1pm, although he did catch journalists out by turning up half an hour early for one at the end of August, hanging around for just eight minutes before walking out again.
Meanwhile Roy Keane has lambasted the 'cry babies' at Manchester United and wished Mourinho luck in dealing with his temperamental stars.
'I don't care what fallout you've had with your manager, I don't care if you've been at each other's throats, because that is part of the industry, people do fall out, Keane told Notts TV.
'It happens in other industries, but unfortunately when you're Man United – one of the biggest clubs in the world – things will get exaggerated.
'But if you're a footballer for Manchester United and you put that jersey on and you walk out and you don't give 100 per cent because you might be upset with somebody, then, no, good luck to Mourinho.'