Undoubtedly, that is a trend that needs to stop.
With rumours swirling that he is to be sacked irrespective of Manchester United's result against Newcastle United this weekend, Jose Mourinho made the curious decision to arrive at Old Trafford especially early ahead of today's game. We did really well in the first half, even in the second half we had two or three situations on the counter-attack when we could have scored a third goal.
"The ones that read the papers, that are connected with social media, they thought maybe I had gone", said Mourinho.
"The team is working so hard, they know what they have to do, but it's a pity". He wasted no time in moulding a title-winning team, but he spent the following season falling out with seemingly everyone around him and was eventually fired.
The many concerns of those fans who fill Old Trafford every week will not evaporate during the week-long worldwide break, but at least they went home smiling after a super comeback. We created more chances to score more goals and that's a very positive sign. They made the difference.
Mourinho's men, however, got back into the game with 20 minutes left when, after Anthony Martial was tripped on the edge of the box, Mata planted a magnificent free-kick past the Newcastle wall and into the corner of the net.
The match started with news of impending sack for the Red devils coach, Jose Mourinho, if he does not win the match against the Magpies at Old Trafford.
Manchester City are ready to continue their efforts to buy every player in the world after they turned their attention to Lyon midfielder Tanguy Ndombele, the Sunday Star believes.
While many United players brought out their best in the second half of the game, people reacted specifically to Paul Pogba and his 90 minutes. We didn't promise to each other that we were going to win the match because we can not promise that.
The Guardian have claimed that Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley has promised the Toon squad bonuses and an end-of-the-season holiday if the squad can avoid relegation from the Premier League. Because one day, if they like the manager and they play for them, and the next day comes a manager that they don't like and they don't play for him, they still get the money.