Former Manchester United right back, Gary Neville has insisted that Jose Mourinho must stop making headlines for wrong reasons.
The former England defender said the Portuguese boss is only making things worse and should stop putting himself under more pressure with the press.
Chelsea suffered a 2-1 defeat in the hands of West Ham at Upton Park on Saturday, the game was filled with lot of Drama, which saw the Portuguese boss being sent to the stands and the former Red Devils defender has advised the Portuguese saying:
“The snowball started rolling down the hill two or three months ago, even as far back as the Charity Shield defeat,” said Neville on the Gary Neville Podcast.
“Then there was the (Eva Carneiro) doctor situation, the ill-discipline, not doing press conferences, somehow it’s almost as if the players have lost belief and confidence.
“Mourinho is a fantastic manager – one of the best in the world – and I have an enormous amount of time and respect for him, but the bad headlines need to stop quickly.
“The trust we had in them has gone and they look like an ordinary team, when they are not an ordinary team, they are a fantastic side who won the league a few months ago.”
Gary Neville was a member of Manchester United’s class of 92 who joined Sky Sports after a wonderful career under Sir Alex Ferguson.