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has left his Manch­ester United play­ers stunned.

The Red Devils stars have been shocked by the Spe­cial One’s hands-off and dis­tant ap­proach at Car­ring­ton.

claim Mour­inho leaves his train­ing ses­sions to his as­sis­tant Rui Faria.

Mour­inho watches from a dis­tance or even works from his of­fice dur­ing train­ing.

say Mour­inho will in­struct his play­ers at the start of the ses­sion then he’ll dis­ap­pear to his desk.

“Mour­inho watches from a dis­tance or even works from his of­fice dur­ing train­ing”

And on some oc­ca­sions the for­mer Chelsea boss doesn’t re­turn and the re­main­der of train­ing is in Faria’s hands.

It’s dif­fer­ent from his time at the Blues when he was hands-on.

Mour­inho’s ap­proach with the Premier League gi­ants has re­port­edly left United’s play­ers dis­ap­pointed.

They were ex­pect­ing their boss to take a per­sonal in­ter­est in them but he has done the op­po­site. Numer­ous United play­ers feel they would ben­e­fit from a closer re­la­tion­ship with the Old Traf­ford chief but Mour­inho is said to like his dis­tance.

knee in­jury is not as bad as first feared by Jose Mour­inho, ac­cord­ing to re­ports. Manch­ester United’s star de­fender has been a for­mi­da­ble fig­ure since his £30m (RM150m) sum­mer move from Vil­lar­real. But the Red Devils’ Au­gust Player of the Month ap­peared to add to Mour­inho’s prob­lems on Sun­day.

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