MANCH­ESTER UNITED are sud­denly hav­ing a re­vival and it’s all about Jose Mour­inho again.

But do they have a chance against Manch­ester City to­mor­row?

No, not in my opin­ion. United won’t be able to live with them.

United’s back four are nowhere near good enough. They had a mas­sive re­sult against Ju­ven­tus and I think they will go through now in the Cham­pi­ons League.

This was a team every­body said could win the com­pe­ti­tion and United beat them in Italy. But Pep Guardi­ola’s side is a dif­fer­ent chal­lenge.

United have been get­ting re­sults again but that could all go out of the win­dow if they get a rins­ing by City – and you won’t see Mour­inho on the pitch then will you?

Why does he have to come on and cup his ear against Ju­ven­tus?

I have the ut­most re­spect for him as a man­ager but some­times he doesn’t help him­self.

Do­ing that has taken the spot­light away from his play­ers, who should be get­ting the credit. But no, it has to be all about him.

What’s he go­ing to do if United lose 4-0 at the Eti­had?

He should have just gone straight to the dress­ing room, sat down and let out a big sigh of re­lief, be­cause his team got him out of trou­ble.

BUST UP: Jose and Leonardo Bonucci FI­NAL CALL: Rooney af­ter his ‘fi­nal’ Eng­land game against Scot­land in 2016 and (right) af­ter set­ting up Gary Cahill for his goal in the same game

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