While Jose Mourinho’s Manchester United have started to pick up in recent weeks, it’s fair to say that some players in the squad won’t be too pleased with the treatment of their manager since he arrived this summer.
With the Red Devils boasting decent squad depth, the Portuguese boss hasn’t hesitated in severely restricting first-team football for some of his players.
Bastian Schweinsteiger is one of the players that Mourinho has banished, with the German being sent to train with the reserves before recently being recalled.
While the United boss doesn’t seem too concerned with the way he’s treated the World Cup winner, the ‘Special One’ has admitted that he feels bad for the way he’s dealt with two players this season.
There are a whole host of players that could be on their way out of Old Trafford this winter, after barely getting a look in this campaign, but Mourinho is sorry for not giving both Ashley Young and Memphis Depay enough opportunities.
“I still have some bad feelings towards myself because I didn’t give a real chance to everyone, there are some positions in our squad where we have overbooked,” he told Sky Sports.
“To be honest, people like Ashley Young and Memphis Depay, I didn’t really give them a run of matches to play, to prove. So I have this little bad feeling.”