Former Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has defended his style of football, having come under renewed criticism, following the turnover overseen by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Old Trafford.
The Norwegian seems to have added renewed energy to the squad, with Paul Pogba recently saying he was unhappy with negative tactics before Solskjaer’s arrival.
Mourinho, speaking on beIN Sports, hit out at those who question his methods and suggested younger coaches like Solskjaer don’t have a real impact in terms of results.
“It is very easy to play well and not win. It is very easy to be behind an idea of a certain football without results.
“And the people that win consistently – because you can win isolated and then disappear – the people that win consistently have a different idea about that.
“If you speak about Guardiola, about [Carlo] Ancelotti – about the ones where obviously I belong – that have a career of victories for long, long periods. Where are the young ones with a real impact in terms of results? Where are they?” Mourinho said.