Now in his third season in charge of Manchester United, my view is that, under the managerial tutorship of Jose Mourinho, Manchester United are no nearer to winning the Premier League title than when he first joined.
In fact, I’d suggest that the gap between ourselves and Manchester City has grown, something our current Premier League position would seem to indicate with Manchester United 18 points behind City and lying in 8th place.
That statistic alone would seem to indicate that Jose Mourinho’s time as manager of our club could be coming to an end.
Media coverage wise, Manchester United, under Mourinho, almost seem to have a monopoly on bad press, something that cannot be doing the clubs image any good.
Yesterday, appearing in the tabloid publication, the Sun, was the inference that the club may already have their eyes on a replacement for Mourinho with our referenced source implying that Manchester United would be prepared to fork out up to £40 million to lure the current Tottenham Hotspur manager, Mauricio Pochettino, to the club.
Now, whether Pochettino would be prepared to leave North London, where he is starting to build something akin to a dynasty, for Old Trafford where there is so much work to be done, remains to be seen.
But his appointment would certainly get my vote, how about you?
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