Manchester United top brass warns Jose Mourinho to cut down on outbursts

Manchester United Jose Mourinho

Jose Mourinho has been ordered by the Glazers to stop his outbursts as they fear it is damaging the club’s reputation, according to the Sun.

Mourinho has had his run-ins with the FA as he was charged using abusive language during the 3-2 win over Newcastle United.

The Portuguese manager was involved in a touchline altercation in the 2-2 draw against Chelsea. However, it was Marco Ianni, the Chelsea assistant, who goaded Mourinho after Ross Barkley scored Chelsea’s second goal.

The report adds that the top brass at Manchester United is concerned about the relationship between the manager and former player Paul Scholes.

Former Manchester United player Paul Scholes

Mourinho has changed the way he deals with players, as per the report. The manager has stopped publicly criticizing them following another instruction from the top.

The manager didn’t criticize them after the 2-2 draw against the Blues and even praised them despite the 1-0 loss at the hands of Juventus.

Our next game is against Everton and it will be interesting to see how Mourinho does on the touchline. The former Real Madrid and Chelsea manager hasn’t always seen eye-to-eye with every player and was involved in a training ground altercation with Paul Pogba a few weeks ago.

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Pogba was the United vice-captain but Mourinho decided to remove the Frenchman of his duties without giving a clear reason.