Manchester United defender Luke Shaw has aimed a major dig at previous Red Devils tactician Jose Mourinho in an interview recently, Jose Mourinho and the full-back fell out during the boss’ reign at Old Trafford.
In a recent interview with top Broadcasters Sky Sports, the England international defender praised the impact that new Man United boss Ole Solskjaer has had on the squad since being named caretaker coach following the exit of Jose Mourinho.
In a major dig aimed at former Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho, Luke Shaw hailed the New boss Solskjaer for returning “attacking and quick play” to the Manchester club.
The left footed defender has had to cope with more than his envisaged of injuries during his playing time at United but considering the hype around him when he signed from fellow Premier League side Southampton it was shocking to see Jose Mourinho leave the full-back out of the squad for a long time after his recovery from long lay off.
Ole Solskjaer’s attacking style of play is surely getting the best out of the Manchester United’s players, the Red Devils play host to AFC Bournemouth tomorrow and they will be hoping to continue their brilliant form since the Norwegian took charge of the side into the match against the Cherries on Sunday.
In Manchester United’s next five league matches they will play AFC Bournemouth, Newcastle United, Tottenham Hpotspurs, Brighton and Hove Albion and Burnley. Aside the Tottenham match, the Red devils could win four comfortably – that would put the side right back into top four contention.