Published On: Sat, Sep 24th, 2016

Mourinho calls himself worst football manger



Jose Mourinho, who is the Manchester United manager, has ironically named himself the nastiest manager in the history of football later than he confronted criticism pursuing the latest slump in form.

Regardless of winning his initial four games in charge, Mourinho arrived under media analysis later than the club lost three in a row prior to beating third-tier Northampton Town in the League Cup.

They assemble six points at the back leaders Manchester City in the Premier League and confronted champions Leicester City at Old Trafford on Saturday.

It was inquired regarding Claudio Ranieri’s side and their prospects, Mourinho obtained the chance to take a swipe at his critics. He told in an interview that “It is very difficult to retain the title,” on Friday he added that “History says that. Not many in the Premier League have done it.

He continued by saying that “One team was Manchester United and another was managed by the worst manager in the history of football [Mourinho at Chelsea 2005-2006].”

United captain Wayne Rooney has confronted ferocious criticism later than a twine of poor presentations in latest weeks, but Mourinho told the onward must not be isolated from the rest of the team.

The 53-year-old player further stated “Rooney’s form is like Man United’s form. We are a team – we are not Wayne Rooney, we are a team,” he added, “But the way we think in the group is everybody is involved in every match, even the ones who are not playing.”

Mourinho, who in recent times criticized football’s “Einsteins” who have condemned United all through their latest dip, stated he was annoyed that he could not defend his players from media scrutiny.

Mourinho further added “The simply thing that disturbs me a little bit is the sort of criticism for my players. I would love to protect my players, but from you [the media] I can’t,”

He continued “It is totally out of my control. That provides me a feeling that it is tough. That is annoying. The Einsteins require money to live. They can speak, they can write. They can criticize the work of other people. But I am a good man. I am a man of goodwill. I do lots of charity work. I am helping so many people. Why not also help feed the Einsteins.”

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Sidra Muntaha

- Sidra Tul Muntaha is a journalist (MA-Mass Communication and M.Phil in Mass Communication) based in Lahore. She is working as an editor at fashion, style and entertainment in the section of the Kooza. She writes fashion and entertainment articles for The Kooza News.