Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho has slammed former Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer for his comments regarding the Portuguese's handling of England global Marcus Rashford. He lost each of his four league games without managing a goal and won a Carabao Cup match.
"I read some quote from the worst manager in the history of the Premier Leauge, Frank de Boer", Mourinho began. He had seven matches, seven defeats [sic], zero goals.
As for Rashford, we doubt the young local kid who scored both goals in a 2-1 win over Liverpool has too many complaints about his lot in life at the moment.
"If he was coached by Frank he would be coached how to lose because he lost every game".
"We try to give the best to the kid's education".
"I have to be honest and give the credit to the people of the academy that was responsible for his formation, to [former United boss] Louis van Gaal, who was responsible for his first season". I would say he was in the top five with more matches for two season and applies to Scott [McTominay] the best thing to happen is to have experience.
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"It's a pity that the manager is Mourinho because normally [Rashford's] an English player you want to give him time and he can then make mistakes", De Boer said while appearing as a pundit on BT Sport. But Mourinho is not like that.
"Mourinho is not like that, he wants to get results". Rashford is Manchester-born, supports United and Reds fans see him as one of their own, another continuation of the club's proud tradition of giving young players a chance.
The former Chelsea manager has not just talked the talked though but has also walked the walked as Marcus Rashford was the only player involved in every match-day squad prior to his injury.
The United boss had an acerbic response to hand when he addressed a news conference ahead of Tuesday's Champions League showdown with Sevilla, seemingly holding De Boer responsible for Palace's slump extending to seven winless and scoreless matches as Roy Hodgson picked up the pieces at Selhurst Park. "In the last eight you start smelling the semi-finals".
The Frenchman was absent during the part of Monday's training session observed by the media, but Mourinho said Pogba joined the workout after that and has not been completely ruled out. "That's pretty much where I'm at".
Michael Carrick has confirmed he will retire at the end of the season. "It's something that you have got to accept".
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