Jose mourinho Faces 3rd Season Sack for the 3rd Time.

By OMA | 19-12-2018 | Sports |  

Can Mou ever break the 3rd Season jinx


3 seasons and its a sack. Yeah. Mourinho has earned himself an outright sack as head coach of Manchester United Red-Devils of England.

It has been in the offing on and off with key players at logger heads with the head coach and ex-players from United never spearing him at the slightest oppourtunity available to them.

From Gary Neville to his Brother Phil Neville to Rio Ferdinand then Paul Scholes. . All of these old united players had at some point or the other criticized the pattern of play deployed by Jose Mourinho and the sack was inevitable in the long run.

After the sack tho, £89 million Paul Pogba had taken to his social media handle to express some sort of relief and satisfaction posting a picture of himself supposed frowning and asking it be Captioned only to delete a couple of minutes later.

Recall that Paul Pogba had attacked the playing pattern of his erstwhile coach insisting he would prefer a Man-United that "Attack, Attack, Attack" apparently being critical of the mourinho pattern of play.

However the worst was to come after mourinho's team managed only 4 shots against a Liverpool side that fired shot at goal 36 times to secure a 3 - 1 victory against United.

According also to the Metro UK, Ed Woodward, Manchester United Executive Vice Chairman had told United players at their old Trafford trainning ground that Mourinho was sacked because of their current position on the Premier league table and also siting Mourinho's frosty relationship with some High profile Manchester United Players.

Man United are drawn against Paris Saint Germain in the last 16 knock out stage of the UEFA Champions league and already it looked an unsourmountable herculean Task before football pundits.

However, it is note worthy the Sack leaves Jose Mourinho £22 million pounds richer with the big question if this would be the end of him managing in top position.

Mourinho would ofcourse be greatly missed.

Viva Mourinho.