Rui Faria could be offered a huge job after leaving Manchester United

  • Rui Faria could be offered a huge job after leaving Manchester United

Rui Faria could be offered a huge job after leaving Manchester United

Carrick played his 464 and final game for United in Sunday's 1-0 win against Watford at Old Trafford and has now ceased training as a player in order to become part of the backroom set-up under Mourinho.

"Jose is one of the best". You sometimes don't want people running around like blue-arse flies.

While replacing a player of Carrick's calibre is problematic, the reality is United have familiarised themselves with that conundrum during the season.

United have many fringe players in their side, who were signed by Mourinho's predecessors.

Jose Mourinho
GETTY Jose Mourinho's Manchester United finished 11 points ahead of Chelsea

Carrick's move to the dugout means he is the latest former United player to move into coaching.

'I am going to simply attempt to converse to as many individuals as I can; be a nuisance, be a pest. "I've trained every day but there's nothing like playing", he said. "Everybody who is involved at Manchester United will know the pressures that come their way". "Who are the ones that Jose Mourinho thinks don't have the mentality and who are the ones he feels do have it?" But the English player now has revealed that he will make an immediate switch to the coaching team under manager Jose Mourinho this Saturday and is desirous to learn from one of best coaches in the world. "I think he is an underrated player in England and sometimes not only should the goal scorer be rewarded but the real players at the heart of the game". Look at the games against Manchester City and Crystal Palace, you see them at such a low and then such a high. It raised a few eyebrows initially but turned out to be a master class as United claimed a hat-trick of league titles in next 3 years.

Benfica are to go trophy less this season and they want a manager with the right belief to lead them to titles in the coming future. Having watched their local rivals tear the league apart, Manchester United must now find a way to cut the gap to their counterparts at City.

We also stand a good chance to win the FA Cup this season but it is hard to argue with the fact that United have, in fact, been playing tiresome football lately. "There are nine points you need to sort out and then you work away at the others and the big gap".