Manchester United fans are quickly losing their patience with their side, clearly showing their disappointment with the team.
Jose Mourinho‘s men found themselves 2-0 down at half-time against West Ham and had no one to blame but themselves.
United had the opportunity of putting behind them the recent poor form as well as all the noise surrounding Paul Pogba and his manager’s relationship.
Unfortunately there’s now even more pressure on the club as things go from bad to worse at a frightening pace.
Supporters are right to be concerned that it’s all a replication of Mourinho’s shocking season with Chelsea a few campaigns ago.
Pay Mourinho his money and he can do one @ManUtd
— ???? Totally Man Utd™ ???? (@TotallyMUFC) September 29, 2018
— The Duke of Busia????????/???????? (@Agollajack) September 29, 2018
Not convinced they do anything in training. #MUFC
— Rob Blanchette (@_Rob_B) September 29, 2018
Jose has lost the dressing room, alienated influential players. He can't get the best out of anyone just look at Sanchez, Lukaku and Pogba! And every game changes his tactics so the players don't have a clue what they are doing.
— Kieran Stockton (@KieranStockton) September 29, 2018
It’s over. Mourinho knows it. The players know it. The fans know it. It’s only the ridiculous board that doesn’t.
— Jaydn (@JaydnMUFC) September 29, 2018
Imagine having 7 at the back & being 2-0 down at HT ???? we deserve all of the banter that comes our way today ????????⚪️⚫️ #mufc
— Rants (@rantsnbants) September 29, 2018
Even those who wished for Jose to succeed at Old Trafford are starting to turn on him, hoping to see him out as soon as possible.
It’s difficult to continue supporting the manager as things continue to fall apart all around him with him hardly being absolved of blame.
There are certainly plenty of factors to do with the Red Devils’ failures but Mourinho holds his fair share as well.
Fans are hoping the rot can be stopped as soon as possible as they risk losing out on European football entirely next season let alone challenging for the title.