Seems like it.
Seems like it.
Roy Keane thinks so:
“He’s manager of Manchester United, one of the biggest clubs on the planet, the squad he’s got, the players and he keeps moaning about fixtures and fatigue.
We were just looking at some of the cup draws they’ve had. They’ve had an easy way in the cups, some good draws, a lot of home draws, and the guy is talking absolute nonsense.
I’ve never heard so much rubbish in my life. Maybe the club is too big for him, he can’t deal with all these demands at the match. What matches? Man United reserves could’ve won that game.”
Hard to disagree. But remember that, unlike the United legend, Mourinho is a very experienced manager who has won everything. This could be one of his tactics to distract attention.
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.
Jose Mourinho walked over to the Stretford End to apologise to the Man United fans after losing 4-0 to Chelsea.
Nice touch. pic.twitter.com/Ra9pQt0iHp
— Squawka News (@SquawkaNews) October 26, 2016
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.
I, like many other United fans, and the three fine gentlemen in the video below, have no idea what’s happening. It seem as though Christmas comes very early that we’re giving out 9 points in the last 3 matches.
The club have new manager with superb reputation, several new players including the most expensive player in the planet. But then, we can’t even beat Watford.
Anyway, as our captain continue to rot, I am glad to see Marcus Rashford keep his top performance going. He’s the only positive, if there is any, from our performance last weekend.
That’s a lot of money. Details here.
I didn’t watch the match against Southampton yesterday because 8PM kick off in Manchester means 3AM in my part of the world.
While I was complaining in a comfort of my sofa, thousands of Southampton fans must think of a way to get back to their town as the last train back leaves Manchester Piccadilly at 9.15pm – before the match has even finished.
This marks the new post-Ferguson Manchester United era. Like millions other United fans, I really hope Jose can get us back to the right track: the winning ways.
PS: I really really really hate him when he was the manager of opposition clubs. Now he’s on our side, I really really really love him.
The club has announced squad number for 2016-2017 season. Most notable changes are Ibrahimovic has become our new no. 9 while Martial gets Januzaj’s 11.
1: David De Gea
3: Eric Bailly
5: Marcus Rojo
6: Paul Pogba
7: Memphis Depay
8: Juan Mata
9: Zlatan Ibrahimovic
10: Wayne Rooney
11: Anthony Martial
12: Chris Smalling
14: Jesse Lingard
16: Michael Carrick
17: Daley Blind
18: Ashley Young
19: Marcus Rashford
20: Sergio Romero
21: Ander Herrera
22: Henrikh Mkhitaryan
23: Luke Shaw
25: Antonio Valencia
28: Morgan Schneiderlin
31: Bastian Schweinsteiger