Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho has said that he is fed up watching his players intentionally ignore his instructions when they are on the pitch.
The Portuguese revealed that he always urge the players to start games strong but they seemingly prefer to do the opposite.
“I want the team to start strong, go strong on the opposition, not to be waiting,” he said.
“Probably you [the media] or the fans think Jose told them to start slow and play nice and easy or to be waiting for them to react. It is exactly the opposite. I want the team to go immediately and it is a bit frustrating.”
The United boss also spoke ahead of their Champions League clash against Young Boys on Tuesday:
“I want to play this game as a knockout game and the team we are going to pick is a team that tries to have that happiness to cope with that little pressure to the players that is not a real pressure because the reality is we have one more match to play.
“Let’s forget [the last group game] against Valencia. Let’s play this game like a game we have to win.”