Jose Mourinho SLAUGHTERS Frank de Boer after Marcus Rashford criticism

Jose Mourinho blasts Frank de Boer as 'the worst manager in the history of the Premier League'
Jose Mourinho and Frank De Boer

17 March, 2018

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'What he was saying was not good for Marcus Rashford to have a coach like me because the most important thing for me is to win.

After the academy product's performance vs Liverpool it will surely be easier for the Portuguese manager to include his player in more matches. I said that before the Liverpool match when many of you were maybe not expecting him to start.

My ears pricked up at that line because I was convinced the boss had sold himself short. Marcus is no.1 and holds a clear lead over his team-mates.

Rashford is Manchester-born, supports United and Reds fans see him as one of their own, another continuation of the club's proud tradition of giving young players a chance.

Rashford is set to feature in England's squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russian Federation and might be granted a more prominent role than expected as Gareth Southgate waits to find out the severity of the ankle injury Harry Kane suffered during Tottenham's 4-1 win over Bournemouth on Sunday.

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After all the discussion of whether Rashford is fading away under Mourinho at Man United, the Special One threw him a start against Liverpool and he kindly paid him back with a brilliant brace to win the staunch rivalry. Not bad that, is it?

Marouane Fellaini and Marcus Rashford have both been selected in Manchester United's starting lineup for the Champions League fixture with Sevilla.

"Mourinho will point to the fact that United are rebuilding but, in terms of the way they play, you can not say that any real progress has been made". No, of course not.

The two goals hero in last Saturday's EPL crunch encounter said this while presenting the award to his mom: "Thank you for all you do".

"I have a lot of respect for Mourinho as a trainer". "In football you are going to be up, you're going to be down. sometimes you are in the team, sometimes you are not in the team". He has won trophies, is tactically very strong, knows how to disrupt the game of every opponent.

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