He's exhausted from the match and gutted about the result. I'm not too concerned as long as he continues putting the performances in and playing like he cares.The problem with that interview is that he says the team will bounce back against Burnley but doesn't look like he believes it.
He seems a good lad there. Heartfelt. The rest of the team needs to show some heart now.
Interview from 1:00. He's proper gutted.
From 3:00 Mourinho is praising him.
Maybe because for the past 2 years, Jose has been destroying his confidence.Amazes me that people don't give Jose any credit for an uptick in Shaws performances.
With how much fullbacks are costing if he continues the season as he has he will be able to demand a ridiculous wage. It's not good business to let players enter their final year unless you are absolutely fine with them walking for nothing.I'm suddenly worried about his contract situation, anyone know how long he has left?
Isn't it amazing that when you give this guy some trust and confidence he turns into a player. Anyone trying to give Jose credit for this is just a fecking idiot. Shaw is damn strong mentally and deserves a ton of credit. Most players would crumble after that injury and being abused by this dick head of a manager for 2 years
Or, in reality... he's finally had to grow the fcuk up and take some responsibility. Jose has always shown he can manage players that needed a supportive arm. Shaw needed far more than that.Maybe because for the past 2 years, Jose has been destroying his confidence.
Shaw is a FA at the end of the year, and he is playing for a contract. Here in the United States, it's not uncommon to see players play extremely well in the final year of their contract, so they get better offers when they are out of contract.
Money can be a very powerful motivator for some people.
Perspective. Most managers would have gotten rid of him.Isn't it amazing that when you give this guy some trust and confidence he turns into a player. Anyone trying to give Jose credit for this is just a fecking idiot. Shaw is damn strong mentally and deserves a ton of credit. Most players would crumble after that injury and being abused by this dick head of a manager for 2 years
I don't know about that. I've always said when he was given game time he played well. Maybe some manager would've let him build on said performances? Maybe not. All I know was he was just never given the opportunity to keep his place in the team. Fortunately, England had a good World Cup with Young so he was afforded his opportunity and he's hopefully now going to keep his place for the foreseeable.Perspective. Most managers would have gotten rid of him.
But that’s what Jose has consistently done throughout his career. Question the players commitment publicly if he thinks that it’s not getting through to them in the locker room and praises them once they’ve turned it around.Another great performance, that moment with Jose at the end was nice also, whole game Jose was praising him for everything he did, weird turn around from what we’ve seen in previous seasons. Always believed the kid had something special, still has things he needs to work on but it was nice to see the many variations of his crossing today, still can be better. Great work tho hopefully he continues improving.