Christophe Dugarry, a part of the 1998 World Cup winning team for France has hit out at Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho saying that he has wrecked Manchester United.
The Frenchman criticised Mourinho’s arrogance and ego and that no one cares about what he has done before but rather what he can deliver in the here and now.
Speaking to Le10 Sport, the former Manchester United defender said: “It’s unbearable. He’s wrecked the club.
“When you see them play on Tuesday [against Young Boys], it’s catastrophic, it’s awful, when we all remember Manchester with Roy Keane, [David] Beckham – all the great players, they played offensive football.
“It was beautiful and passionate. Old Trafford was the Theatre of Dreams, now it’s the Theatre of Nightmares with this guy [Mourinho]. It’s crazy.
“What he doesn’t understand is that we don’t give a s**t about his [Mourinho] titles, we just want emotion and to watch good football, which he’s incapable of giving us, but he won’t realise that because he’s so far up his own a**e.
“We don’t care at all about what you’ve won, mate.”
Mourinho is not without Silverware in his time with the Red Devils, winning them the Europa League, Carabao cup and Community Shield