News filtered in today that Manchester United coach, Jose Mourinho, has been relieved of his job following strings of unpleasant results. The self acclaimed ‘special one’ not withstanding guided the Red devils back to champions league after finishing second in the last campaign.
The Portuguese tactician spent just 2 and half years at the Carrington training base of the former English champions and equally won two trophies within this period.
Former Manchester United center back, Rio Ferdinard, is one person who has weighed in on the situation. The Englishman who turned pundit following retirement from active football took to his twitter handle earlier today to react to the sack.
What he said:
I was one of his biggest advocates 2 & half years ago when he joined @ManUtd & felt he stabilised our club when we needed it… You can’t ignore what Jose has achieved as a manager previously but I feel the time has come for fresh ideas at #MUFC
— Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) December 18, 2018