Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has come under fire in recent weeks as his side have been struggling to get wins.
Pundits, ex footballers and the media seem to be making it tough for the United boss, and Mourinho has even had it rough with some of his senior players.
Manchester United legend Paul Scholes said Mourinho’s side were boring to watch after the goalless draw against Valencia.
However, speaking before the goalless draw with Valencia, Scholes also revealed he was surprised Mourinho was still United’s boss despite the 3-1 loss at West Ham as he admitted that he thought the Manchester United manager would have been sacked by the club.
“I’m surprised he survived after Saturday,” Scholes said.
“The performance was that bad. The attitude and performance were nowhere near.
“He’s coming out in press conference, he is constantly having a go at players, he’s having a go at people above him because he is not getting what he wants.
“I think his mouth is probably out of control and I think he’s embarrassing the club.”
Despite all the pressure, Mourinho is far from happy with the lack of support he’s been given and the Times claim he has no plans to step down.
Mourinho has vowed to turn things around at the club, and have a chance to do so when United host Newcastle this weekend.