Gary Neville: This is how Jose Mourinho will be feeling about his Man United players
Gary Neville discusses Manchester United's recent struggles under new boss Jose Mourinho
Gary Neville believes that Jose Mourinho will be feeling slightly let down by his Manchester United players this season.
The Red Devils have made a stuttering start to life under their new manager following his appointment as the club’s new boss back in May.
Mourinho watched his team drop yet more points on Sunday when they were pegged back and held to a 1-1 draw by Everton at Goodison Park in the Premier League.
Manchester United’s form in the top flight does not make for pretty reading for Mourinho, with the Red Devils now having won just two of their last 10 Premier League games.
Former Manchester United defender Neville feels that Mourinho is likely to feel frustrated by his team’s apparent inability to see out games from winning positions.
Speaking on Sky Sports after Sunday’s result, Neville said: “Make no mistake about it, he [Mourinho] will be absolutely devastated with the fact that his team have a softness to them and can’t see games out.
“He is a manager who, in the last 10 years, has been the best at getting results and seeing games out.
“At the moment they don’t represent him in respect of what he normally delivers. He’ll defend his team but he’ll be disappointed as well that he hasn’t got them [going].”
Manchester United finished fifth and won the FA Cup under Louis van Gaal last season.