first_imgManchester United legend Eric Cantona believes Jose Mourinho’s “no fun” style is wrong for the club and its supportersThe under-fire Portuguese coach has won just six of his 14 games this season with United down in 8th-place in the Premier League table.And Cantona feels that a part of United’s problems are down to Mourinho’s lack of creativity and adds that the former Chelsea coach is just simply not suited for the club.“I love Jose,” said Cantona on Belfast Telegraph.“He is a great manager who has won so many things, and he will win more, maybe even this season, maybe the Champions League.“But he is not the right man for Manchester United, a great club that will always be great. They will win things, I know they will.“But the way they play? Not good. The manager has them playing the wrong way for the fans. No fun, no creativity.Jose Mourinho, Lionel MessiMourinho: “Lionel Messi made me a better coach” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho believes the experience of going up against Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi at Real Madrid made him a greater coach.“United teams should play in a joyful way, with enjoyment and excitement. I want to see players free to express themselves, to try to win games instead of being sent out not to lose.“I like Mourinho. He has a good personality but not for United.”The 52-year-old Frenchman feels that United should follow in the footsteps of Real Madrid and Barcelona by appointing one of their own old boys to manage the club.“It has worked for many clubs – Zidane at Real Madrid, Guardiola at Barcelona, Antonio Conte at Juventus, all were successful managers at clubs where they starred as players,” continued Cantona.“United, too, should give a chance to an ex-player – Ryan Giggs or Paul Scholes.“All these players come in, knowing the identity and soul of their clubs, the same with Giggs and Scholes with United, and they also learned so much under Sir Alex Ferguson.”Former Real president Ramon Calderon claimed on Tuesday that his old club wants to bring Mourinho back to the Santiago Bernabeu.last_img

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