Jose Mourinho has continued to be in the news for the wrong reasons and it appears as though he has lost the backing and commitment of majority of his players.
Man United Captain Antonio Valencia was caught liking a tweet that called for the sacking of Jose Mourinho but he has revealed that he did not read the full text before the action he took, per reports.
The Red Devils came under increased pressure following their dismal display against Valencia in the Champions League at Old Trafford that culminated in a barren draw.
There have been reports have spat between Mourinho and some of his players, with some media outlets claiming Mourinho and Valencia are not even on talking terms.
Although, the versatile defender has denied reports of any spat with Mourinho, he took to Twitter explaining what really happened.
Yesterday, I liked a post on Instagram without reading the text that accompanied the picture. These are not my views and I apologise for this. I am fully supportive of the manager and my teammates. We are all giving our everything to improve the results. pic.twitter.com/bMEsrAwMkhLoading...
— Antonio Valencia (@anto_v25) October 3, 2018
The tweet he liked is below but every action or post on social media is always taken too seriously.
Zinedine Zidane is the only name that has featured prominently as a possible replacement for Mourinho but we wait to see how all of these pans out.
United have so far had a forgettable start to life in the Premier league – Mourinho must put his team together else he’d be shown the exit of the club.