Scholes U-turn: Man Utd should NOT sack Mourinho


Jose Mourinho is reportedly set to be sacked as Manchester United manager this weekend.

But Sky Sports News has been told no such decision has been made by the powers-that-be at Old Trafford.

Reports emerged on Friday night that the Portuguese would lose his job regardless of Saturday's result against Newcastle, which saw United come from behind to win 3-2, followed by denials from the club the following morning. To be honest I'm furious.

"With all the respect and I hope they don't interpret me in a negative way, if we are playing in a league like the Swiss league and we don't win that league, anything else apart from winning that league would be an very bad season". I think about how the club's been operated.

"I'm sick of him moaning about what he hasn't got though, when I think he really should be concentrating on what he has got". Where are the values and the principles of Manchester United if this is true?

Zidane would likely be a popular choice given his incredible European success at Madrid, and the eye-catching brand of football he had the Spanish giants playing, a stark contrast to the pragmatic style United fans have become accustomed to under Mourinho.

"Enough is enough for me". I love that football club. It's the life I love. It's given me everything.

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Yes, he lost his way at Arsenal towards the end, but that should in no way overshadow the fact that he changed the whole ethos of the club, from the development and trust in his younger players to the eye-catching and attractive brand of football he brought to the Gunners.

"I'm furious at thinking this has broken out". Journalists don't break stories of this nature unless they're absolutely certain. "I hope it's not true but if it is true it's an absolute disgrace".

"I will say", Neville continued, "there is something rotten to the core about the way the club is operating and it has to be coming from the top".

"When you think who they are, what they are, what brand they are, they have been on the front pages, the back pages and it has not been good".

Club chiefs believe he would lift the atmosphere at the club, with star man Paul Pogba particularly keen to play under the French World Cup victor.

Neville will be at Old Trafford this weekend and he will be backing Mourinho.