Rio Ferdinand has said Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho’s attitude and actions are not right and he should leave the job.
Ferdinand, a former Manchester United star was speaking after the team drew blank with Valencia in a group game at the Champions League on Tuesday.
The result meant that United have not won a game in their last four encounters in all competition, putting extra pressure on Mourinho.
And according to the former England international, Mourinho should quit as the Red Devils’ manager.
“That’s what it seems like to me,” Ferdinand told BT Sports when asked if the Portuguese man should not continue as United’s tactician. “Some of his actions, some of the things that he says.
“You lose the game (at West Ham) 3-1 and it’s evident to everybody in that stadium or anyone around the world that watched that game that the attitude of the players and the intensity that they played, was wrong. It was off.”
He added that “After the current form United are in it’s difficult to expect them to get a result out of that.
“It’s a draw at home, they’d have liked a win obviously but Mourinho will be happy with that,” said Ferdinand.