Look, yesterday, was terrible and there's no one denying it. We all know over years he got a lot of things tactically (in nullifying the oppositions rather than in attacking sense) spot on and managed to install a winning mentality into his players on various occasions and during certain spells but is he a coach per se? It's not a Jose bashing thread as his methods obviously worked for him over the years but it is interesting debate nevertheless. Below is his recent quote after Liverpool's game, which even at that time I found alarming to be honest and that sort of explains in a way our laborious approach to the game... P.S. In before any coach (bus) jokes.