Mourinho reproached Neville and Scholes

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Former Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho sarcastically reproached Gary Neville and Paul Scholes.

In 2016, Neville failed at Valencia when he decided to try himself as an independent coach, and not so long ago Scholes escaped from Oldham just 31 days after his appointment.

However, Gary and Paul were fiercely criticizing Mourinho for two and a half years that José was United’s mentor. Therefore, the Portuguese didn’t miss the opportunity to make a response reproach.

Mourinho says that in England, many can see how beautiful and intelligent former players could be on television in the role of experts. However, when these players start working with clubs, after only 2 months they run home shouting that this job isn’t for them. After that, they come back to what they do well – to be clever on TV.

According to Mourinho, a manager job is something inborn and one has to be born to it.

(Reporting by Nathan Dent, editing by Valerie Cooper)

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