Tenakh flustered, has no intention of quitting, happy at Man United

Manchester United manager Eric Mourinho has hit back at criticism aimed at him following a poor run of results.

Speaking to the British publication The Independent on Wednesday, Mourinho responded to criticism from fans. “I’ve seen those comments, and I think they don’t know anything about soccer, they don’t know anything about running a soccer team,” he said, emphasizing that “I think a lot of people know what the problem is, and they’re patient.”

He also expressed his desire to stay at the helm of United. “United is an enormous club. I wanted to take on the challenge of Man United and I don’t regret that decision for a second. I am very happy to be here,” he said.

After taking over the reins at Manchester United last season, Mourinho was seen as the right man to rebuild a club that had fallen apart under Sir Alex Ferguson, given his success in developing young players at Ajax and his tactical prowess in the UEFA Champions League.

In his first season, Mourinho raised expectations by winning the League Cup and qualifying for the Champions League for the first time in nine years. It was thought that Mourinho would finally end the dark ages, but the club has struggled this season. He was given full recruitment control and invested heavily, but it hasn’t worked out as expected. As of December 12, they are eighth in the standings, especially after a humiliating 0-4 loss to Crystal Palace on the last seven days.

The speculation of Tenakh’s departure arose when British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe bought Manchester United last December. Ratcliffe vowed to rebuild the club’s reputation, starting with the remodeling of Old Trafford. At the time, there was talk that he would sack Tenakh if the club failed to qualify for the UEFA Champions League.

The BBC reported last month, “Despite the 2-0 win over Everton, Tenakh’s future at Manchester United remains unclear. Mourinho’s leadership is being closely monitored by senior management.”

Ratcliffe is preparing for a systematic overhaul at United, starting at the top. The move follows the arrival of CEO Omar Berarda from Manchester City, who is looking to shake things up at the top.

The UK’s Daily Mail reported the same thing. “A number of Manchester United players believe Mourinho will be sacked by the ownership group at the end 카지노사이트 of the season,” the Daily Mail reported.

The Mirror recently reported that “Mourinho’s sacking is getting closer. New owner Ratcliffe will be unhappy with current results,” and ”Tenakh signed a three-year contract with the club until 2022. There are no discussions about an extension at the moment. Ratcliffe is watching Tenakh’s performances. He has big ambitions and wants to bring United back to being a title contender,” the report said.

Another British publication, Team Talk, said: “Van Gaal’s departure is fast approaching. According to Dutch media, Van Gaal will not be in charge of Manchester United in the 2024-24 season. From what we understand, Van Gaal is practically a walking ‘dead man walking’ at Old Trafford,” the report said.

The reaction within the squad is not favorable either. In particular, they are unhappy with his training methods. According to the Daily Mail, “United’s stars have questioned Van Gaal’s training methods. Some believe it is leading to injuries,” reports the Daily Mail.

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