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Manchester United are fast turning into Arsene Wenger’s Arsenal during the Frenchman’s last days at the Emirates.
United enjoyed a glowing start to the new season with a 2-1 win at home over Foxes Leicester City, but suffered a huge loss at the hands of Chris Houghton’s Brighton seven days later.
United despite boasting of a refurbished squad worth over 392 million pounds–money splashed since the last two seasons until now in Mourinho’s attempt to catch rivals Manchester City–the Red Devils are on the ropes.
And former Arsenal player Ian Wright doesn’t see the Portuguese coming out of this one.
Wright declared that his sullen attitude and his inclination to critically putting down his players will tarnish his reputation as one of the best managers in club football.
Wright wrote in his column for The Sun, saying: “The saddest thing of all when I look at United under Jose Mourinho? As much as I respect him as a manager, I can’t see any way it is going to turn around,’
“We all know about Jose and his third-year syndrome. But, listening to him talk, it’s as though even he has accepted it himself.
“It has me screaming: “Come on, man. You’ll go down as one of the greats, but the way you’re acting will tarnish everything you’ve done.”
“In many ways it’s like the last days of Arsene Wenger. People were watching Arsenal because it was car-crash football. United are fast turning into the same.”
Former United winger Lee Sharpe has warned the Red Devils chief to “alter his approach” or risk getting booted out before Christmas.
United host Mauricio Pochettino’s Tottenham on Monday.
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