Jose Mourinho goes on freakish post-match rant after Newcastle win

Jose Mourinho goes on freakish post-match rant after Newcastle win

Jose Mourinho goes on freakish post-match rant after Newcastle win

A run of four games in all competitions without a victory put pressure on Mourinho, who came under increased scrutiny before the game with the Daily Mirror reporting that he would be sacked regardless of the result on Saturday. Former player, Laurent Blanc is one of the dark horses in the race for Mourinho's job.

Mourinho looks set to get the worldwide break to turn things around after attempting to avoid a fifth successive match without a win when Rafael Benitez's Newcastle visit Old Trafford. Zinedine Zidane is the clear favourite to replace him.

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Newcastle went in front for the first time in a league game this season only seven minutes in, as Kenedy ran onto Ayoze Perez's throughball, turned away from Ashley Young and curled past David de Gea.

Results over the past two weeks have simply been bad.

That was followed up by chants about Gary Neville, who had freshly taken aim at the United board during a passionate rant on Friday Night Football.

"If this is true and it has broken the day before it's going to happen and he's going to be sacked at the weekend, it's an absolute disgrace", he said.

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"They gave everything, and I don't want to say we were lucky because we fought so much for that, but I think the boys, they deserve it, even if the result ends with a 2-2", Mourinho said. And I'll be there to give it to him. The dressing-room is leading what is happening.

"The dressing room is leading what's happening, the tail is wagging the dog at the football club". Get some control back. I understand things in the human nature nowadays and in the industry where I work, I used to love it, I still love it is but it is different.

"Something has to change, and it isn't the manager, it's above that", he said.

"It comes to a point where this would be the fourth manager in six years".

The Sky Sports pundit in his prediction for Saturday's meeting between the two sides, claimed that if Man United could hand pick any team to play this weekend they would choose the Magpies.

While it is understood that patience is wearing thin among the United hierarchy, the immediacy of Friday's report sent ripples around the football world. Sir Bobby Charlton and Sir Alex Ferguson.

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