Mourinho savaged by World Cup winner - 'He's so far up his own a**'

The Man United boss is unlikely to want to hear Dugarry's comments
The Man United boss is unlikely to want to hear Dugarry's comments

France World Cup winner Christophe Dugarry has launched a scathing attack on Jose Mourinho on French television.

Dugarry had spells at Marseille, AC Milan, and Barcelona, and is revered by Birmingham City fans for staving off relegation in 2003.

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After joining on loan in January, the striker scored five goals in four games to almost single-handedly steer Steve Bruce’s side away from the relegation zone.

But Dugarry is unlikely to be in Mourinho’s good books following his astonishing attack on French TV following Manchester United’s 1-0 Champions League win over Young Boys.

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The striker, who played in France’s 1998 World Cup final win over Brazil, told Le10 Sport: “It’s unbearable. He’s wrecked the club.”

“When you see them play on Tuesday, it’s catastrophic, it’s awful, when we all remember Manchester with Roy Keane, Beckham – all the great players, they played offensive football.

“It was beautiful and passionate. Old Trafford was the Theatre of Dreams, now it’s the Theatre of Nightmares with this guy. It’s crazy.

Dugarry is club legend at Birmingham following his spell there 15 years ago
Dugarry is club legend at Birmingham following his spell there 15 years ago

“What he doesn’t understand is that we don’t give a sh** about his titles, we just want emotion and to watch good football, which he’s incapable of giving us, but he won’t realise that because he’s so far up his own a***.

“We don’t care at all about what you’ve won, mate.”

Fellaini’s last-gasp strike at Old Trafford on Tuesday secured United’s spot in the Champions League Round of 16.

However, based on their performances in the competition so far, it is unlikely many teams will fear being drawn against them in the knockout rounds.

Instead, United and Mourinho will have to turn their attention to Southampton for their Premier League clash on Saturday evening.


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