Former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho feels there was nothing for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to take away from the 2-0 loss to West Ham.
The legendary Norwegian watched on helplessly as his players fell to defeat after getting back to back 1-0 wins against Leicester City and Astana.
United were in desperate need of all three points but unfortunately their terrible away form continues.
Mourinho constantly criticised his players last season, particularly their behaviour and attitude and it’s hard to make a case against that after the loss.
Solskjaer must’ve told his stars off at half-time as the performance improved slightly but not enough to put West Ham to the sword.
Mourinho: “Any positives? No. We were bad 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.” #mufc [Sky]
— United Xtra (@utdxtra) September 22, 2019
It almost appears as though Mourinho is taking a shot at Solskjaer before he focuses on the quality, or the lack thereof, in the squad.
Some fans have gotten sick of the Portuguese tactician talking about his former side but he’s hardly said anything fans themselves haven’t.
The question becomes whether United will sack Solskjaer should he not achieve a European qualification place or will they give him time to oversee his project no matter what.
Supporters are already frustrated after seasons of disappointment so it’s no surprise to see some calling for his head already but that might not be the wisest decision just yet.