The imminent Jose Mourinho sack.

The third Season syndrome that sees Jose Mourinho's side collapse may not be just a myth afterall


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In the Portugese's third Season as Manager of Manchester United, United lies 8th on the Premier League table.

With all the Super stars available to Jose Mourinho, from 89 Million Pounds Paul Pogba, to the high earning Chilean  flop, Alexis Sanchez, to the big Belgian Romelu Lukaku and the multiple time best goalkeeper in the League De Gea, Manchester United are 18 points behind noisy neighbours Manchester City in December.

Jose Mourinho stands as the most experienced  Manager in the League, but his experience has been largely usesless for his Red Devils side.

Rather than use his experience to navigate the season, Mourinho prefers to talk about his past achievements.

After Famoulsy losing 3-0 to Spurs earlier in the Season; Mourinho had this to say, 

"Do you know what was the result? 3-0. Do you know what this means? 3-0, but also means three Premierships and I won more Premierships alone than the other 19 managers together"

"Three for me, two for them. Respect, man. Respect, respect"- Jose Mourinho

Manchester United are without a win in four consecutive Premier League matches and making top four looks a tough call for Manchester United.

Manchester United have gone behind in nine matches of their 15 Premier League games played in the 2018/2019 Season.

Mourinho as Manager is on a steady decline, He led Manchester United to a trophyless campaign in the previous Season.

Jose has his problems once again with players this season, notably with Paul Pogba whom the Coach labelled a virus.

Romelu Lukaku is not in the best of forms despite the quality of midfielders available at Old Trafford from Juan Mata to Ander  Hererra, Jesse Lingard and the likes.

Some of his signings are questionable, chief of them is Alexis Sanchez who was a dynamite at Barcelona and Arsenal but has only been a World Class flop at Manchester United.

What of Fred? a brilliant Midfielder that always looks lost in Jose Mourinho's game plan.

If Maurizio Sarri can do doing okay in his first Season at Chelsea, and Unai Emery taking Arsenal to twenty matches unbeaten in all competitions, and Spurs in the top four despite not making any signings, Highly experienced Mourinho has no excuses, his sack is imminent.

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