Manchester United icon Gary Neville has defended Jose Mourinho from the turgid football criticism by claiming it wasn’t always rosy under Sir Alex Ferguson’s reign either.
The Portuguese manager has won the Europa League and Carabao Cup in his first season and could potentially win the FA Cup in his second but his critics remain.
The main point that’s used against Mourinho is that his team have failed to play the attacking, free-flowing football the fans were used to seeing.
Neville was a huge part of that ‘attacking, free-flowing football’ period and believes that people forget what Sir Alex’s sides were sometimes like.
In the same manner many people, even some supporters forget how Jose’s team started the season as they blew away their oppositio...
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