Published: Wed, December 19, 2018
Sport | By Kayla Schwartz

Jose Mourinho’s 11 signings - ranked from worst to best

Jose Mourinho’s 11 signings - ranked from worst to best

General Motors, which in 2012 signed a seven-year $559 million sponsorship deal with United that saw the carmaker's Chevrolet brand become the club's official shirt sponsor, did not return a request for comment on Tuesday.

And United are set to appoint Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as interim boss until the end of the campaign.

He won six EPL titles, a Champions League and two FA Cups during his time in Manchester.

The 45-year-old is now in charge of Norwegian side Molde, but their season has already finished and does not begin again until March.

Paul Pogba has been accused of "dancing on the grave" of Jose Mourinho by former Manchester United defender Gary Neville after an ill-timed social media post following the manager's sacking on Tuesday.

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Solskjaer's first game in charge could be against Cardiff City on Saturday, the team he was relegated with after an eight-month spell as manager in 2014 before moving to Molde.

A 3-1 defeat to fierce rivals Liverpool on Sunday proved to be the final nail in Jose Mourinho's Manchester United coffin. Having spent nearly £400m in transfer fees alone across two and a half seasons, United have been left with very little to show with their recent forays into the transfer market.

Meanwhile, the backlash over star midfielder Paul Pogba's controversial social media post has continued, with former United defender Gary Neville saying it was created to "dance on the grave" of Mourinho's tenure at Old Trafford.

The Special One was axed yesterday following horrendous form this season which sees the Red Devils down in sixth in the Premier League, 19 points behind leaders Liverpool. Darren Fletcher said the French playmaker "needs a kick up the backside" and had not "conducted himself well recently". Paul Pogba, there is no doubt, has fallen out with the manager.

Norweigan Prime Minister Erna Solberg also congratulated her compatriot Solskjaer on his new job in a tweet - which has since been deleted - wishing him well in his new role at Manchester United.

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