Jose Mourinho: “I prefer to ignore the past three years and focus on United’s history”

by Sam Peoples

Jose Mourinho has given his first interview as Manchester United manager and as well expected he’s immediately saying all the right things.

Speaking exclusively to MUTV, Mourinho made it clear he intended to ignore the last three years of Man United and wanted to focus on the history of the club.

When questioned by Steward Gardner about his plans at United, Mourinho said: “We can look at all clubs in perspective. One perspective is the past three years, one perspective is the club’s history. I think I prefer to forget the last three years and focus on the giant club I have in my hands now.”

I don’t think you are going to find many United fans who disagree with you on this one Jose because the last three years have been turmoil since Sir Alex Ferguson retired – right from the start with David Moyes to the eventual dismissal of Louis van Gaal after two dull years on the whole.

Mourinho is the right man for the job at the right moment and every United fan is looking towards next season in real anticipation of what’s to come. With Jose in charge, that winning mentality with was so embedded in the club under Fergie has every chance of returning sooner rather than later.

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