Despite a very slow start to this season’s campaign, I still believe Mourinho is the right person who can take us back to glory.
We’re running of Devil’s luck and will lose our best performer at the back 4 for 2 months for knee injury.
We do have replacements in Chris Smalling, Daily Blind, and Marcus Rojo (God forbid). However none of them can be as good as the 23-year old Ivorian centre back. We’re doomed (like we weren’t already).
If this gossip is true then Mourinho could become the second manager after Sir Alex who dare to tell our declining no. 10 to fuck off.
We’re shite. But I still believe Jose Mourinho is the right person to turn things around. Moreover I agree he must able to answer these questions.
What puzzles me most is why Fellaini instead of Schneiderlin and Carrick?
Listed reasons are all make sense and the article is a good reading nevertheless.
As you can see the problem mostly lies in the hand of mega rich owner who thinks his skills in managing football club is as good as managing his oil businesses.
Good reading regarding our two in-form young players Paul Pogba and Jesse Lingard over at ESPN.
If this is true, then good for you boss!
Drawing away from home isn’t exactly the achievement that any United supporter should be celebrating like it’s Christmas as our last 2 visits to Anfield were perfect wins. But a solid performance is a solid performance. Mourinho was playing into Klopp’s game and it worked well, nevermind poor ball positions at 35% (the figure which Mou denies), currently the lowest in the league, when we have 99% but we can’t even shoot and trouble opposition’s goalkeepers presented by the previous manager.
On our best performers; it’s important to note, should Ibrahimovic converted his chance, which he usually does, we would take home full points. It apparently just wasn’t his night. Meanwhile Herrera was a commanding boss at deep midfield with man of the match performance and his Spaniard fellow David De Gea also pulled incredible saves, taking away 2 points from the side who currently have the time of their life.
Like Mourinho said it best:
“It’s been difficult to get back because this is the fifth season since the Olympics,” Herrera added. “I’m overjoyed because I have fought hard for it. I know that in the two years under Van Gaal I was not in the United team enough to be called up.
Now with Mourinho I’m feeling good. He is putting faith in me and giving me that chance to play regularly in a top side. Now I have to show that I deserve to stay in the United XI and deserve to keep getting the call to join the Spain squad.”
Ander is one of my favorite player. I am happy to see him getting what he deserved.
Unlike his predecessors, Jose Mourinho is the first Manchester United manager post Sir Alex Ferguson who dare to drop Rooney.
I know it’s early and super easy to find a scapegoat for our rare 3 defeats in the row (worth to consider, he also dropped on our 2nd defeat). But Mourinho is getting the reward.