So who is the worst Premier League manager ever, Jose?

  • So who is the worst Premier League manager ever, Jose?

So who is the worst Premier League manager ever, Jose?

An unimpressed Mourinho hit back, describing de Boer, who had a short-lived and unsuccessful stint at Crystal Palace this season, as "the worst manager in the history of the Premier League".

His wonderful brace against Liverpool might have surprised non-Manchester United fans given it was his first start in the Premier League in 2018 but it didn't surprise the Old Trafford faithful.

Ronald de Boer has defended brother Frank de Boer in his row with Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho over Marcus Rashford's playing time.

YOU can lambaste Jose Mourinho for his - at times - pragmatic approach to football or if you disagree with how he deals with the press but one thing you cannot question is his approach to Marcus Rashford.

"It was a great win and the Palace game, to get the result how we did shows what kind of team that we are and if we can get past Sevilla, it will put us in a good position and then we have the FA Cup".

He's a player, he's very young, he needs games, but he's so talented.

Rashford is in line to start the second leg of the Champions League round-of-16 tie against Sevilla at Old Trafford on Tuesday night after that performance against Liverpool.

Yet, some labelled him as a fringe player simply because Alexis Sanchez's arrival gave Mourinho the opportunity to rest a 20-year-old who had played nearly every game for United.

"I think we're not one of the best teams in the competition but when a team arrives in the last eight, anything can happen", said Mourinho, who said Paul Pogba did appear for a "little bit" of training after missing the start on Monday morning but was unsure if the midfielder would be involved.

"Seven matches, seven defeats, zero goals, what he was saying was it was not good for Marcus Rashford to have a coach like me because the most important thing for me is to win".

Rashford has made 93 appearances since Mourinho took over from Van Gaal in 2016.

The Dutchman, who is still without a job, served as a pundit for the United-Liverpool clash, and claimed it was a "pity" that Rashford has Mourinho as his manager after the game.

"If you go to his numbers and how many games he played with me".