Jose Mourinho’s spokesperson breaks silence on Manchester United exit and slams Woodward

Jose Mourinho’s spokesperson breaks silence for the first time since the sacking of the Portguese coach and slammed Ed Woodward. Mourinho was sensationally axed as Red Devils boss on Tuesday morning, following a 44-minute one-on-one chat with Woodward at Carrington. The defeat at Anfield has left United in sixth and 19 points behind the Premier League leaders and their arch rivals. Despite the facts, Mourinho's spokesperson put the blame on Woodward. "Here are two concrete examples of the fantastic work going on at Manchester United," Parames penned. "If (Marouane) Fellaini, who was at the end of his contract, had been renewed in proper time, he would not cost half of what he costs today. "Mister Ed (Woodward) made him the third best-paid player in the entire squad. "And the same is happening with (David) De Gea, whose contract could already have been renewed a year or two ago. "But now, as his deal is at the end, if they want to continue with him they will have to pay a fortune. "What beautiful management this is."

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