Published: Sat, October 06, 2018
Sport | By Fredrick Flores

Gary Neville fumes over Man United conduct regarding Mourinho leak

Gary Neville fumes over Man United conduct regarding Mourinho leak

The Daily Mirror reported late on Friday that Mourinho will be replaced as manager regardless of United's result in their Premier League fixture against Newcastle United on Saturday.

Mourinho is a without a win in four matches heading into Saturday's visit of Newcastle, something which has never happened before in his managerial career. "The dressing room is leading what is happening, the tail is wagging the dog at the football club".

Even David de Gea, United's best player and the ultimate professional, is said to be at the end of his tether with Mourinho because of the way he's been behaving.

'I think of Louis van Gaal being sacked the day before a cup final and finding out from other people.

"I'm quite optimistic, but at the same time realistic".

Glazers are known to support managers at the club until things go completely out of hand.

The duo understands the fact that there isn't a manager who is available to take up the job at Old Trafford this very moment.

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Asked if it would be the right decision to sack Mourinho, Neville said: "No".

"I'm furious. It's been coming for three or four weeks".

They will be assessed ahead of Saturday's match, Benitez said on Friday, but summer signing Salomon Rondon remains sidelined, with the striker now recovering from a thigh injury.

He also reiterated earlier claims that last season's second place finish was "phenomenal" because "opponents with much more potential than us finished behind us", an apparent reference to Liverpool, Chelsea and Spurs.

"All of them have been really strong every year with good managers, good players, so I don't see any fragile Manchester United team". In total, the broadcast section of the press conference lasted three-and-a-half minutes, with the under-pressure United manager answering five of the six questions put to him.

Former United and England full-back Gary Neville, one of Ferguson's most dependable players, said such an attrition rate was against the "principles and values" of the club.

It's no secret that the Portuguese coach has become increasingly agitated at the coverage of his team's recent plight by the media, however Friday's episode brings to a close a hard week in which the former Real Madrid coach dropped points to Valencia and entered into a public disagreement with the Greater Manchester Police.

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