Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s Manchester United was beaten by West Ham United this weekend by 2-0. The manager responded to the criticism and rumors about Jose Mourinho’s return.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says Jose Mourinho is qualified for his judgment. Following his latest harsh comments concerning Manchester United. The previous United superintendent was in the Sky Sports studio. This appeared on Sunday afternoon as he interpreted their humiliating defeat. They confronted West Ham at the London Stadium. After the match, Jose Mourinho alleged United had not improved since he departed the club. Furthermore, he queried why United fell to an away loss against West Ham for another season in a row.
When Jose Mourinho was asked if he could identify any positives from the defeat against West Ham United, he blatantly said “No. We were poor last season, but I don’t see any improvements this season. I like the three (signings), they bring some good quality to the team. The team as a team, I don’t like at all. I’m not surprised by the result.”
Goals from Andriy Yarmolenko and Aaron Cresswell confirmed the triumph for the host side at the weekend. When, after the game, Solskjaer was asked about Mourinho’s latest remarks, he said:
“I think he has got a right to his opinion,” Solskjaer told the press. “Of course we lost here last year, it is always a difficult ground to go to and we should hopefully do better than we did. We hope for better but the key moments they grasped, we didn’t. Two fantastic finishes, and we just didn’t take the chances when we had them.”
The Jose Mourinho output.
Mourinho attended from the Sky Sports workroom and bestowed a brutal critique of the match. He challenged that the Manchester titans have not developed since his expulsion from the rudder last season. The ex Chelsea boss continued that he is not shocked with the outcome and is not at all dazzled with the team.
The Portuguese manager is still out of a job option. He was fired by Premier League giant Manchester United in December. He has been linked with several clubs. Furthermore, he topped the list of favorite managers to replace Zinedine Zidane. Jose Mourinho got a whopping 44% in the poll to become Read Madrid’s next manager. Real Madrid has not had a great start to the season as well. They even lost their initial first game in the UEFA Champions League group stage. They were beaten by the French side, PSG.
His return to Real Madrid would be a significant surprise to the arrangement. He knows the club and his government could demonstrate to be astonishingly beneficial as Los Blancos look for a revolution. A poll suggested that Mourinho topped the poll with a whopping 44% to replace Zinedine Zidane.