Jose Mourinho, the manager has been sacked after an awful start to the season. Finally, Manchester United ran out of patience with their manager. The friction, excuses, dire football, and the results were turning out to be unbearable.
It has become clear now, whatever it was that made Jose Mourinho such great success has obviously dimmed. He might be missing Rui Faria, his number two or finding it difficult to adjust to the player of the new generation who doesn’t react to gruff management style.
Irrespective of the problem, United is definitely a reflection of the manager. He had a dull look; glory in the past, and no plans ahead of immediate future to survive. In fact, he had become a mockery toward the end. The choices that he made seemed to border on the incomprehensible. His lineups mostly had seven defensive players.
He set up the team against Liverpool to duck and cover with 2 right backs in back 5 and was little in the way of getting a goal. United is present to looking to Liverpool, Manchester City, and Tottenham as rivals in Premier League win. For the top 4, they are looking to Everton, Watford, West Ham, and Wolves.
The top 6 has turned out to be the top 5 as United has been trapped in purgatory 6th place. Mourinho should be blamed for this. No doubt, there are difficulties for managers when they work in a big club like Man United. However, fan’ expectation also tend to soar high.