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Jose Mourinho Needs To Change Tough-Love To Father-Son Player Relationship

Jose Mourinho Needs To Change Tough-Love To Father-Son Player Relationship


Jose Mourinho ended his second season without a trophy, which doesn't mean the club has not improved but it has seen teams improve exceedingly that United's improvement looks blur.

Teams under Pochettino,  Jurgen Klopp and  Pep Guardiola have been seen to play more convincingly than United not because tbey have more quality than the old Trafford lads but because of his "tough love"  Man Management skill is adopted by the Portuguese.

The Portuguese has had lots of issues with his players, which has seen so many relegated to the bench and with that seen many of their great talent lose their feet which according to Henry Winter, needs to change

"It's all about responsibility - Mourinho has a responsibility to his players to improve his man-management," he said.

"Why is Eric Bailly on the bench when he's a better centre-back than Phil Jones and Chris Smalling? Why is Luke Shaw not getting an arm around him? He's a type of individual that needs support and responds to a Pep Guardiola or Sir Alex Ferguson - a more intelligent way of man-management. With Jose Mourinho it's tough love - a cold climate.

"One of Maurico Pochettino's greatest strengths is man-management; it's the same with Pep Guardiola, Jurgen Klopp. You saw Mourinho in the cup final when Marcus Rashford did a grubber-kick across the pitch after 10 minutes - he went absolutely spare.

"You have to treat young players like a father to a son - sometimes you need to criticise and educate. But ultimately you need to give them love - and Rashford needs love."
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