Blues Legend: Chelsea Fans Enjoying Jose Mourinho Struggle But Still Respect Him

Blues Legend: Chelsea Fans Enjoying Jose Mourinho Struggle But Still Respect Him

Jose Mourinho will be sacked as Manchester United manager this weekend, regardless of their result against Newcastle on Saturday, according to reports.

Neville said there is "something rotten to the core" with United's decisions. "I know we are in the beginning of October and we look to tables all around Europe and in numerous leagues the tables in September and October don't reflect what is going to happen in a few months or even at the end of the season". I'll be there to give it him!

He said he agreed with fellow "Class of 92" graduate Ryan Giggs that United should stick with Mourinho.

"Enough is enough for me".

The publication claims Carrick would step in and take over the role temporarily while the club's hierarchy search for their fourth manager since Sir Alex Ferguson's retirement. I absolutely love it to death, it's been my life.

But that situation though could change if the Premier League outfit brings in a new manager to replace the Portuguese.

"And I think opponents with much more potential than us finished behind us".

"Newcastle will go there for a 0-0 but United will eventually break them down".

"It's unacceptable. If this is true and it's broken the day before it happens, it's an absolute disgrace". "The dressing room is leading what is happening, the tail is wagging the dog at the football club". Get some leadership and for me at this moment in time I'm furious.

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Such poor form has led to Mourinho coming under fire as manager and the cracks have been showing for weeks.

And United's manager - who signed Kenedy (pictured) and Martin Dubravka last January - is confident he can persuade players to join the club in the window if he's given the right backing.

"Who is qualified in that football club?"

"I think that he's under big pressure".

"I'm reacting maybe a little bit emotionally, but I don't really care, to be honest with you".

"If you want me to repeat (what I said earlier this week), I repeat".

Mourinho may have kept his non-playing staff on side so far - but he has endured public spats with a host of key first-team players, including Paul Pogba and Anthony Martial. Its hard managing a football club. It's not always easy, there are lots of challenges.

Asked who is to blame for the current run, Mourinho said: "The same people that were to blame with the fantastic season of last season".