Former Liverpool player Paul Ince has accused Manchester United players of trying to get Jose Mourinho sacked.
There have been concerns of Mourinho's future at United after a series of poor results the most recent being the 1-3 defeat to Liverpool over the weekend. After 17 Premier League games, United has picked up 26 points, their worst points haul in the top-flight since the 1990/91 season. Ince, who played for the Red Devils in between 1989 and 1995 says a number of United players are trying to get their manager sacked following their awful show at Anfield on Sunday.
“I’ve been there, players start forming cliques, in the hope of getting their manager sacked and that’s what we’re seeing now at Old Trafford," he said.
“You can tell from a couple of his (Mourinho’s) recent teams that he’s picked who he believes he likes and can trust, but they’re just not good enough," he added.
The defeat saw Liverpool open a 19-point gap between them and United, the biggest ever lead for the Reds after the first 17 games of an English top-flight season.
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