Former Manchester united manager Sir Alex Ferguson has admitted that the red devils have played well and improved under new manager Jose Mourinho and he added that they are unlucky not to be competing with league leaders Chelsea for the premier league trophy this season according to reports in the IB Times.
In a chat with BBC, the former Manchester united manager revealed that newly appointed manager Jose Mourinho has adapted to life at Manchester united after witnessing a difficult start to the season and also admitted that the Portuguese boss is beginning to earn results he needs to fight his way back to the top.
Sir Alex Ferguson who guided Manchester united to several cup victories disclosed that Manchester united under Jose Mourinho are unlucky to be sitting in the sixth position despite recording an unbeaten run in seventeen games across all competitions which is the longest run by any manager at Manchester united.
Sir Alex Ferguson is currently a member of the club’s board of directors spent 26 years as manager at Old Trafford before retiring at the age of 73 and he also told BBC:
“Mourinho has done a good job at Manchester united because you can see he has adapted to life at the club. He has been unlucky because the team have been improved and played very well. United went on to draw six times and dominated each of these games so if they got the required result, they would be challenging Chelsea for the trophy”.
Sir Alex Ferguson also revealed that Jose Mourinho has restored some missing pieces at the club, hinting that every squad he selects for every game has the desire of getting the maximum result.