The Glazers claim the bitter row between Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho and former star Paul Scholes is set to boil over – and that could split the fanbase of the club.
Manchester United head coach Jose Mourinho has been informed to button it by the club owners the Glazer family.
The Red Devils are presently contesting Jose Mourinho’s FA charge for using derogatory words.
The Portuguese tactician has until 6pm on Wednesday to contest the FA charge, which could result in a touchline ban for the manager.
Jose Mourinho looked into a TV broadcast camera that was following him around the field after the match and mouthed what is thought to have been an vulgarity.
And now Manchester United’s owners, have told Jose to ‘shut up’ according to a report by The Sun – or he could damage the club’s international reputation.
They suggest the bitter row between the manager and Manchester United legend Paul Scholes is set to boil over – and the spat could split the club’s fanbase.
With that in mind the Glazers want the manager to always keep his opinions to himself – especially after the recent FA rap.
It is thought Jose Mourinho mouthed the words “fodas filhos de puta”, which means ‘f*** off sons of b*****s” in English as he walked to the touchline on the 6th of October.
The Red Devils had fought back from 2 goals down at home and ensure the tactician a stay of execution following a consistent run of results.
UEFA has charged United for field invasion during Tuesday’s Group H tie, lost 1-0 by Serie A champions Juventus.