John Terry, Jose Mourinho's greatest captain, loves rant of Paul McGrath who says that "three or four & # 39; Manchester United players & # 39; have to prepare their suitcases & # 39; and & # 39; I would have a mirror in the changing room & # 39;
- Manchester United's former defender launched passionate defense from manager
- Jose Mourinho was fired and Paul McGrath thinks that players disappoint him
- He wrote: & # 39; Three or four players must have their suitcases ready & # 39;
- John Terry seemed to agree with his verdict and & # 39; nice & # 39; message on Instagram
Will Griffee for Mailonline
John Terry agreed to a passionate defense of Jose Mourinho and criticism of his Manchester United players, written by Paul McGrath on Instagram.
The Chelsea legend, which worked closely with Mourinho, & # 39; & # 39; McGrath's post nice and pointed to support for the position that United's locker room disappointed their manager.
Mourinho was fired Tuesday morning and McGrath, who played United for more than 150 times, showed his grievances.
Paul McGrath wrote the above message on Instagram and John Terry seemed to agree
Jose Mourinho (right) won three Premier League titles with John Terry in Chelsea
The 59-year-old Irishman wrote: "Jose Mourinho left! Three or four players have to prepare their suitcases, because what is going on in the field is disgraceful. I would have a mirror in the changing room. & # 39;
And his message got a lot of grip on social media, with John Terry among those who liked the message & # 39; found.
Terry, now assistant manager at Aston Villa, was a dominant force in the center of the Blues under Mourinho.
The 38-year-old played among the Portuguese during both incantations who were in charge of Stamford Bridge.
Some believe that Mourinho was disappointed by his players at Manchester United
Together they won three Premier League titles in a hugely successful time for the club and Terry has spoken about how much his former boss has not only influenced his career as a player, but also the step to coaching.
It seems McGrath's view that the players of Manchester United disappoint Mourinho.
In the aftermath of the manager's resignation, Paul Pogba placed a tweet of his playful face and wrote: & # 39; Subtitles & # 39;
Gary Neville responded to Twitter and said: & # 39; You do one too! & # 39; Jamie Carragher also weighed, and criticized the Frenchman for the apparently thinly veiled excavation. & # 39;
Paul Pogba then uploaded and removed a cheeky Instagram response that responded to Tuesday's news