If you can fathom such a thing, Roy Keane has delivered a terse, negative assessment of Jose Mourinho's first season in charge of Manchester United.
Today in extreme hyperbole news- Manchester United Manager Jose Mourinho has declared tomorrow night's UEFA Europa League semi-final second leg at Old Trafford the most important match in club history.
Carrick said that Mourinho is a "winner" as whatever club he has been at "he's won" trophies so for him that is "almost enough" to show that he likely to get things right at United despite their poor Premier League campaign which sees the team now sit in sixth place with three games to go.
United would obviously rather their tilt at continental glory came in the Champions League than the Europa League, but this competition offers silverware and a return to the top table. "I just wish I could have played a bigger part", he told the Daily Mail.
Arsenal's 2-0 win away to Southampton has the Red Devils back in the familiar embrace of sixth and Keane cares jot for Mourinho's excuses.
United are therefore the heavy favourites to finish the job on home soil this evening to book their place in the final in Stockholm where they'll probably meet Ajax on May 24th.
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United have a congested fixture list in May as they battle on the European and domestic front but it is looking increasingly likely that they will have to win the Europa League to qualify for next season's Champions League after Sunday's loss at the Emirates.
But Lyon, who have never reached a major European final, were given hope after France midfielder Mathieu Valbuena curled in an away goal.
Berg, who was part of the Red Devils' 1999 treble-winning team, told the Alan Brazil Sports Breakfast: "I think when you live in the moment it is hard to see the whole history of United".
Victory in the tournament will see United end their first season under Mourinho with Europa League, EFL Cup and Community Shield trophies, and Rooney believes that it points to further success under the former Chelsea boss. "It will be very important for the club and the players".
Keane also said that United captain Wayne Rooney, 31, should look for a transfer in the summer if he isn't getting enough games. This, having spent around £500million on players since Sir Alex Ferguson retired in 2013.