I’ve been proven right – Mourinho speaks on Man Utd’s slump

Roma manager, Jose Mourinho has said he has been proven right about the issues at Manchester United. According to the Portuguese, he feels the “mentality and organisation” of the club were the problem, not him.

The former Chelsea and Real Madrid boss finished second with United in the 2017-18 Premier League season.

He had also won the Carabao Cup and Europa League in the previous campaign, but was sacked a few months later with the side sitting in sixth place.

Since then, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Michael Carrick and Ralf Rangnick have all had spells in the dugout.

Rangnick, in the past season, oversaw United’s lowest points tally (58) in the Premier League era.

When asked if time has proven him right about United’s issues, Mourinho told BT Sport: “Unfortunately, yes. I’m not happy to be right. I would like to be wrong. But I knew that I was right.

“The first thing you have to change, for me, when things are not going right is mentality and organisation and it was not coming.

“And I knew that for me to leave was not going to resolve the situation. I knew that, unfortunately. I wish them the best, honestly, and hopefully they make it.”

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Man Utd owners, Glazer family set to buy new team

The Glazer family, owners of Manchester United, are in talks to buy Indian Super League side East Bengal, according to Indian cricket legend Sourav Ganguly.

East Bengal are currently without investment after their association with Shree Cement Limited came to an end last month.

The Kolkata club, who play in the country’s top flight, are believed to now be in a perilous position.

Ganguly, who is the president of Board of Control for Cricket in India, speaking at a press conference on Tuesday, said: “Yes we have spoken to them and others also.

“It will take 10 to 12 more days to know who will be the entity.”

When asked whether United are coming as an investor, Ganguly clarified: “No no, as an owner.”

Ganguly is helping the Glazer family to oversee the deal.

East Bengal endured a miserable 2021/2022 campaign in the ISL, finishing bottom with just one win from 20 regular season matches.

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