With speculations linking the former Chelsea manager to Manchester United, expect more drama to unfold if he ends up at Old Trafford. Jose Mourinho has the centre of attention in Manchester since he was released from his managerial duties at Chelsea.
He is known for drama
The manager from Portugal is known for his dramatically incidents wherever he goes. At Real Madrid he left on the back door due to the heat he was feeling from the fans and players too. It was the same story when he left Chelsea, players turned against him and the portion of fans at Stamford Bridge were all over him.
Many players suffer when he arrives at a club
The first thing he did that many Chelsea fans were not happy about was to get rid of the Spanish creative player Juan Mata, who was sold to the club he is now heavily linked with. He had a disastrous 2015/16 season where he fought with one of the most valuable doctors at the club Ever Cainero which resulted in her leaving the club.
Chelsea were losing matches left and right, they were also fighting for relegation at some stage. All that was blamed on the manager’s ego and his tricks which came back to bite him.
Manchester could experience the same suffering
Now here comes Manchester United which seems to be his destination in the coming weeks. Trouble is likely to appear at The Theatre of Dreams, with club legends like Wayne Rooney and Micheal Carrick who are not afraid to voice their opinions, drama will definitely be there. Mourinho likes to bring his own culture at the club and as a result many players suffer from it. We saw with Mata at Chelsea.
A quote from one of the sports Journalists explained Mourinho’s weakness in avoiding trouble at clubs he manages and his failure to create sustainability.
Mourinho’s so-called third-season syndrome, his difficulty in creating long-term success at a club, is not mere misfortune; it is a direct consequence of his management technique.
Some football managers you could imagine as leaders in different contexts,at, say, a great business or charity. These are the leaders who understand human nature, and by implication, how to create a sustainable, enriching culture.
Mourinho however, is a cultural terrorist, he sucks whatever vitality there is in a culture into the black hole of his ego. He is an impressive tactician, to be sure, but when it comes to sustainability he is all at sea – Sports Journalist .
Louis Van Gaal did the same, he tried to destroy Manchester United culture and ended up getting the sack.