"We got that win against Fulham but everyone is beating Fulham at the minute and I don't think that was covering up the cracks".
Norway's Prime Minister Erna Solberg has explained how she prematurely broke the news of Ole Gunnar Solksjaer's appointment as Manchester United's caretaker manager several hours before the club issued the formal announcement.
The 25-year-old's post was widely interpreted as celebrating Mourinho's departure and he was criticised by former United defender Gary Neville, who responded on Twitter by writing: "You do one as well!", suggesting he should leave the club as well.
Jose Mourinho " s relationship with Paul Pogba broke down to such an extent that he actively warned at least one Manchester United play to "stay away' from the midfielder, according to reports. He was at United the same length of time as he was in his previous job at Chelsea, when he was also fired just before Christmas in 2015 in his third season after accusing his players of "betraying" him.
"My view is they need someone who meets the three key principles of that football club - the promotion of youth, entertaining football and to win football matches". He has done the most incredible job and I do think he is the person who is the most outstanding candidate.
Mourinho called for respect from journalists earlier in the season, defending his managerial record and reminding them he had won more titles than the rest of his Premier League contemporaries combined.
"Then it's not my business, what happened at another club".
"I go shopping, for my little walk, that's what I want to do".
"We know a lot of rumours happen", Pochettino said Tuesday.
For the current crop of United fans and officials who gorged on success during Alex Ferguson's 26-year reign that is just not acceptable.
Speaking at a media conference, the Rangers boss said: "He's a victor isn't he, how can I sit here and say anything bad about Jose Mourinho?". It is not nice to face all these questions every day.
Right now is the right time. things aren't improving & he has taken it as far as he can...