Arsenal supporters nickname Jose Mourinho a ‘specialist in failure’

Arsenal supporters nickname Jose Mourinho a ‘specialist in failure’

- Jose Mourinho is facing a lot of criticism after Man United's 3-0 home defeat against Tottenham

- The ex-Chelsea boss incurred the wrath of the fans after asking for respect from journalists

- The fans were furious with the Portuguese demands and showed this with their responses

Jose Mourinho is under fire again and has been rechristened a "specialist in failure" by Arsenal fans after Manchester United’s poor-run of results in the 3-week-old new campaign.

According to a Daily Star report the former Chelsea manager incurred the wrath of the fans after requesting respect from journalists before storming out of his press conference moments after Tottenham defeat.

A position that did not go down well with Gunners fans who used the club’s show AFTV to vent their anger on the Portuguese.

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In a video clip uploaded on the channel's Instagram page, host Robbie Lyle with regular guest Troopz took the Man United boss to the cleaners.

“He can’t man-manage players,” Troopz says.

But Robbie replied him, suggesting that the Portuguese boss used to be fantastic at man-managing squad members.

However, the guest opted for a jovial approach to the issues on ground.

“He is now a specialist in failure,” Troopz stresses.

Indeed it was a strong jibe from Arsenal supporters against the Manchester United boss.

Previously, Mourinho used the same set of words during his reign at Chelsea in 2014 to describe Arsene Wenger, who left the club last season after two decades.

However Robbie could not stop throwing jibes at the Portuguese last press conference.

Troopz added: “He is in the press conference losing the plot.

“Let me tell you something – there are 15 managers that won at the weekend and you weren’t one of them, you mug."

The host then wanted to know if Mourinho, who has been at United since 2016, will still be in the saddle going forward.

“I’ve said it already – he’s gone before Christmas,” Troopz says.

“I can see Chelsea part two.

"And Arsenal fans also joined their voices in slamming the 55-year-old football tactician.

“Haha he is flopping,” one fan wrote.

A second added: “You two are going to send Mourinho over the edge.”

While the third fan simply submitted: “This is too much.”

Already United vice-chairman Ed Woodward has opened talks to end the alleged row between the club boss and Frenchman Anthony Martial.

Arsenal supporters nickname Jose Mourinho a ‘specialist in failure’

Mourinho used the same words against Arsenal rival Arsene Wenger in 2014. Photo credit: Getty Images
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However, a former Los Blancos chief believes Mourinho is “obsessed with sustaining his legacy” going forward.

Meanwhile, NAIJ.com previously had reported that Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho made a plea for more “respect” after the crisis at the Premier League outfit got worst on Monday night after Tottenham defeat as the Portuguese begins the fight to save his job.

According to a Mirror report, the Red Devils boss was made a subject of caricature by Tottenham fans with chants of “you're getting sacked in the morning” after Mauricio Pochettino's first win at Old Trafford put more pressure on the under-fire football tactician.

The Portuguese boss abandoned his post-match press conference midway after defending United's display and insisting he deserves more respect after claiming three Premier League titles - more than the rest of his current rivals put together.

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