& # 39; There have been seven years of bad decisions & # 39 ;: Gary Neville blasts Manchester United for dejected mismanagement because he insists that she & # 39; ideal candidate & # 39; Mauricio Pochettino should be given to replace Jose Mourinho
- Gary Neville blamed Manchester United for seven years of bad decisions & # 39;
- His assessment comes shortly after Jose Mourinho lost his job as the boss of the United States
- Neville believes that Mauricio Pochettino is the ideal candidate to replace Mourinho
Sam Mcevoy for Mailonline
Gary Neville blamed Manchester United for seven years of bad decisions & # 39; after the dismissal of Jose Mourinho on Tuesday morning.
The former United full back said that the players and the board now have to take responsibility while they start their search for a new permanent manager.
And while Michael Carrick takes over the temporary leadership of the club, Neville believes that Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is the ideal candidate to get United back to winning ways.
Gary Neville has Manchester United Tuesday before & # 39; seven years of bad decisions & # 39; repelled
The next full back is that the board and the players must take responsibility from now on
& # 39; The result of not supporting your manager or preventing your manager from doing one or two signing sessions … it never ends well, & # 39; Neville told Sky Sports News.
& # 39; It is never as easy as just the manager's problems. The players take responsibility, the board takes responsibility. There have been seven years of bad decisions and bad resentment. Who has the last word? I do not see anyone in the football club with the qualification to do that. Recruitment was erratic.
& # 39; The club must reset and take stock of what they are doing. It's not about speed, it's about making sure that the next manager is the right manager. They will probably have to pay for him.
Neville says Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino is the ideal candidate & # 39; to replace Mourinho
& # 39; They will have to put the right structure around them. They have to put in more intelligent people and do not hide behind the manager.
& # 39; They (players) can no longer blame the manager. That excuse has now disappeared.
& # 39; I said last season that the next manager should be Pochettino. You look at his belief in young players at Southampton and Tottenham, how he drives himself publicly and privately. For me, he feels the most ideal candidate.
The final game of Mourinho came after the 3-1-defeat of United against Liverpool on Sunday
United has tried managers who have won European cups, competitions and solid base in the Premier League.
& # 39; Three main principles of this club are promotion of youth, attractive football and winning football. I really think that he is the person who is the most remarkable candidate.
& # 39; If you are Daniel Levy, grab him and hold on to life when you step into a new stadium. & # 39;