Mourinho lashes out at 'critical' Scholes


In a paragraph entitled "Jose Mourinho will leave Manchester United", football writer Daniel Storey wrote, "Ah yes, the elephant in the room".

Fans voted Paul Pogba as the man of the match after the victory.

Manchester United travelled to Goodison Park to face Everton and José Mourinho revealed what Lukaku told him before the clash with his former club.

Pogba will be hoping United have indeed woken up, and that this latest result means they have shrugged off their latest slump.

Lukaku has scored 10 goals and provided four assists in 21 league appearances for United this season as the Old Trafford outfit sit 12 points behind leaders Manchester City in second position, having played one more game.

He asked whether Pogba was being played too deep, claimed he too often overplays in the centre of the field and added that: "he probably does the best things in every game of football he plays in but he outweighs it with the bad things he does". We do enough with the gaffer on the training ground two or three days before the game.

The visitors were inspired by Pogba, who was criticised by Scholes following Saturday's goal-less draw at home to Southampton, and Mourinho took the opportunity to return fire. "I think the only thing Paul Scholes does is criticise", said Mourinho.

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"No-one in England should be getting near him, but he is being asked to do a role he is not comfortable in".

"In my mind, Paul Scholes [is a] phenomenal player [and] one of the best players I have ever seen playing in midfield".

"Romelu is not a problem, maybe Romelu can play [on Friday]", Mourinho said in his post-match briefing on Monday, as quoted by Sky Sports.

"I also think United have struggled with the change of managers over the last few years as you've got a mix of players brought in by David Moyes, Louis van Gaal and Jose Mourinho". "If Paul (Scholes) one day decides to be a manager, I wish that he can be 25 per cent as successful as myself".

Dunphy voiced his agreement with United legend turned pundit Paul Scholes', who said that Mourinho spent "ridiculous money" on the midfielder and that Pogba is "just strolling through games".

More specifically, the United manager may want to take a look at whether he has allowed his tactical thinking to become restrictively inflexible.