Jose Mourinho questions Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's long-term impact at Manchester United

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    Giggsyking Full Member

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    Jose's words today in Bein sports as a pundit.

    “Can [Fulham] get a better manager than Claudio? Not at all,” Mourinho said.

    “Can you compare the experience between Claudio and Scott, who is going to coach a team for the first time? Not at all.

    “But sometimes in football, and you have the example with my former club (Man Utd hiring Solskjaer), that sometimes changes on the immediate - I don’t believe too much in these changes in the long term - but these changes on the immediate, there are sometimes some positive results."
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    VP89 Pogba's biggest fan

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    I supported this guy for too long :lol:
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    Giggsyking Full Member

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    This comes from a manager never lasted his third season.
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    billybee99 New Member

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    Coming from, perhaps, the worst long-term manager in football.
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    T00lsh3d Full Member

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    I hope it's eating your fecking soul Jose
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    paulscholes18 Full Member

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    Jose is the definition of a short term manager
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    charlenefan Far less insightful than the other Charley

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    I've just watched his post match analysis of the Liverpool game and thought he spoke a lot of sense, didn't see him talking about the Fulham game so missed this classic little anecdote
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    abdo99 Full Member

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    bitter and jealous man.
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    Scorpy Absolutely crapping it and loving it!

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    ffs :lol:
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    izec Full Member

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    He is really a good pundit. Same during the World Cup in the summer, sharp analysis. When it comes to being a manager in the third season, nothing makes sense though. He is not the same person. The decisions he makes and the tactics make no sense to me compared to the pundit and his knowledge.
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    spwd likes: servals, breasts, rylan clark and zooey

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    Shut up you boring miserable full of shit arsehole.
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    hobbers Full Member

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    He should just go into punditry.

    About time we had an angry bitter pundit who actually knows the game. Real upgrade on Sourness.
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    Footyislife Full Member

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    Just because you have succeeded in the past doesn't mean you will again. Only guarantee in life is results. He should stop making excuses & be honest with himself about what he's delivered since his last title. That should drive him to improve instead of constantly focusing on the negatives & making excuses. Whether they might be valid or not is irrelevant.

    Just listen to Ole talk & you can understand why he's been successful. There is a man with conviction in what he believes. The whole club is driven forward by that conviction. This is what managers are paid to do, see a vision & drive a team towards executing it.
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    marukomu The Gatekeeper

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    What has @izec ever done to you?
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    Giggsyking Full Member

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    :lol:
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    spwd likes: servals, breasts, rylan clark and zooey

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    And I wanted him here (to start with) :lol:
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    UncleBob Full Member

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    Shame that he's never properly confronted.
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    mu4c_20le Full Member

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    It must kill him inside to see us doing so well, and the media raving about Ole every day.
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    Whatsername Full Member

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    Our results since he was binned must be really eating at him :D
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    Saffron New Member

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    What will all the Jose supporters do now? Will they side with this petty little man against our own club once more?

    First it was Martial out.
    Then it was Pogba out.
    Now Ole out?
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    2 man midfield Incestuous Modern Woman (Dumper!)

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    As if he’d know anything about the long term
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    #07 makes new threads with tweets in the OP

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    These days I just laugh at the stuff Jose comes out with. I was taken in far too long by his BS. :lol:

    As far as he goes, as soon as Mou left United his opinion became meaningless to me. Same as Moyes or Van Gaal.
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    Raw Full Member

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    Honestly I don't give a shit what he thinks about us any more. It was clear he didn't care enough about the club and what we stood for, only cared about himself.

    He's gone. Not going to waste my time getting bothered by what this bitter man thinks.
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    Green_Red Full Member

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    Mourinho is finished. When you can't admit that you made mistakes and that the problems where a result of your approach your are well and truly finished, no matter what field you work in. Bye Bye Badman!
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    Samid follows Pogue around, fixing his images

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    I'd be worried about the long term impact of the club if our manager started like this vs West Ham.
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    devilish Juventus fan who used to support United

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    Back in my day Capello, Trap and Sacchi were the top dogs in football with the likes of LvG and Lippi being considered as the rising stars. Where are they now? Time catches up on everyone and the special ones of yesterday risk becoming the passing joke of today unless they notice the signs of time and leave football

    Now tell us how great football was when you had sneijder and Terry at your disposal. That's so relevant to today's football
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    Devil may care Full Member

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    What soul?
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    Ish Lights on for Luke

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    He took another dig at Pogba too, via that Rakitic and social media thing, didn’t he? :lol:
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    Phil Osophy Full Member

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    He is butthurt and I love it.
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    Wayne's World Full Member

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    He's a muppet, trying to make himself seen and known again before he ultimately lands the Madrid job in the summer.

    Can safely say we wouldn't be anywhere near top 4 If that virus was still in charge
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    devilish Juventus fan who used to support United

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    Nah he's fighting desperately to retain his place as a top tier manager. It's difficult for him to do so since he lost the dressing room 3 times in a row

    Soon enough someone will ridicule him just as allegri did with Sacchi when he called him an old man. Its only a matter of time
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    Raw Full Member

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    It was one thing to play that ridiculous lineup, but that plus our horrible style of football was a recipe for disaster. Ole would never go with something like this, but funnily enough if he had to I bet he would have got them playing a lot better anyway.
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    Honestly, this makes me so happy to read. This shows that it’s eating him up inside to see how good we’re doing, when he was such a failure. People claim that he likely hasn’t been paying attention to us, but a prick with an ego like his, you can bet he’s been following our revival every step of the way, in the hopes that we would fail and he could try and vindicate his own failures. Keep on eating sh*t you wanker.

    Another point is what exactly does Mourinho know about the long term?
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    redzombie Full Member

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    sour cnt
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    IrishRedDevil Full Member

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    I thought this virus wanted to spend more time with his family?
    Instead here we are with pathetic comments with him trying to stay relevant.
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    Rado_N Yaaas Broncos!

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    We need to start including "shut your cnuting mouth" clauses into payoff deals.
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    Saffron New Member

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    Or adapt. Like a certain SAF.

    I think narcissism is what keeps managers from adapting. Whereas SAF was more humble than he let on and actually had the capacity to question things that had worked for him previously.
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    AshRK Full Member

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    He better not speak. Did a pathetic job for 5 months which is being fixed by Ole. He has to stop being bitter if he has to continue managing at the top level. His stubbornness and bitterness is the main reason for his downfall.
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    devilish Juventus fan who used to support United

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    SAF was one of a kind but time was catching up with him as well. Value signings (to avoid super agents who are the norm) + keeping players way past their expiry date was slowly but surely starving our team from talent

    Time catches up on everyone. Narcissistic aholes tend to get their fingers burnt ahead of others
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    Shane88 Actually Nostradamus

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    Miserable fecking cnut. Piss off to punditry forever.