According to former Man United youth player Joshua Bohui, he deserved a chance to play in the first team under Jose Mourinho, and the club did well to sack him.
The 21-year-old rejected two new contract offers from United before signing for NAC Breda last year, after making zero appearances for the first team in his three years with the club.
“When Jose was there, there were no opportunities for me, Mason, Angel or Chong, but now Ole’s in charge there’s a different vibe and spirit around the place,” Bohui told Planet Football.
“It was not that Jose did not treat me well, which some in the media speculated, it was just that there didn’t seem to be a clear pathway for me under him."
“On the training ground, he never spoke to me about what I had to do better and, sometimes, I could not understand what he wanted."
“I also felt that he was not approachable. If I knew I had done well in a training session, he was not there to be supportive – it was the same if I knew I had to improve on something.”
Jose was let go by the club in 2018, and on this, Bohui said: "It was better for the whole club – United have a style of play which he was not bringing, so he had to be replaced.”
Mourinho is now Tottenham Hotspur's head coach and his return to the Premier League has not really been kind to him.