Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho is flirting with danger but the club have no plans of sacking him just now.
This is the opinion of ESPN pundit Stewart Robson.
According to Robson, Jose Mourinho’s behaviour at Old Trafford is very similar in lines with what he did in Chelsea during the final few months at the club.
“I’m not sure they will sack him,” Robson said.
“I think Mourinho, a bit like it was when he was at Chelsea, I think the way he’s going about things he wants the sack.
“He’s almost inviting it, he’s saying things, upsetting some of the players, he’s had a go at the board.
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“Yeah I think he wants the sack but I don’t think the board want to give him the sack just as easy as that.”
Jose Mourinho’s men dropped points once again this weekend as they were held to a goalless draw by Crystal Palace.
And with this draw, even getting into the top four at the end of the season looks to be a vague right now.
Mourinho recently expressed his desire to win maximum points during the festive period as he hoped to get back into the top four by the end of the year.
But with such performances his best hope of playing in the Champions League next season would be to win the trophy this year.
*Do not laugh, we know of atleast one team who has managed to do the same back in 2012*
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