Frank de Boer says his criticism on José Mourinho’s not personal and that he could learn from the manager of Manchester United.
“I have a lot of respect for him as a trainer,” says The Farmer Wednesday against the AD. “He has already sat awards, is tactically very strong, knows the game from every opponent to disrupt. Well, I can still learn a lot from it.”
Last weekend had The Farmer as an analyst at the British tv channel BT Sport have criticized Mourinho’s dealing with young talents such as Marcus Rashford. He accused the Portuguese too much for the result to choose, allowing young players after a lesser race should fear less playing time.
When Mourinho Monday at the press conference for the Champions League match with Sevilla was asked to the comments of The Farmer, he said sharply. ‘The Special One’ called the Farmer “the worst manager in the history of the Premier League, which Rashford can only learn how he matches must lose”.
The Farmer was at the beginning of this season after 77 days dismissed by Crystal Palace. In that period lost the team four matches played without a goal.