Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has criticised Jose Mourinho for the poor show off of Man United in the Champions League against Young Boys last night, and the former English midfielder has revealed when the Portuguese manager would be sacked.
Mourinho is not having nice spell with the Red Devils, particularly this season has been full of ups and downs for the former Chelsea boss. United are currently lying in seventh position on the Premier League table, with a negative goal difference.
Alexis Sanchez and some of the players have been unhappy with their treatment by Mourinho, with reports that the manager has lost the loyalty of his players. The fans are heavily divided in opinion over the future of Mourinho.
Meanwhile, Scholes has lent his voice to the debate – claiming that the performance against Young Boys was never meant to affect the future of Mourinho.
Scholes: “It’s more the league situation that will cost him his job. Tonight was never going to cost him his job.” #mufc [BT]
— United Xtra (@utdxtra) November 27, 2018
Mourinho was very delirious when Fellaini scored at the death of time last night and his reaction would have justified the claim of Scholes.
United have advanced to the next stage of the Champions League but they are not said be a major contender in the competition.