Jose Mourinho accuses Man United fans of 'inconsistency' over Old Trafford atmosphere
The Manchester United manager believes the atmosphere at Old Trafford must become more consistent.
Mourinho spoke to the press this evening ahead of United's Europa League semi final second-leg against Celta Vigo tomorrow.
Asked about the atmosphere at Old Trafford, the Portuguese coach suggested that supporters could do a better job at times.
"I see a difference between games," the Red Devils manager told reporters.
"I don't think the Old Trafford atmosphere is consistent.
"Against Chelsea they wanted to play first minute to last.
"[Versus] Anderlecht it was not warm enough."
Mourinho calls on #MUFC fans to raise roof tomorrow. "I see a difference between matches. I don't think the atmosphere is consistent"— Simon Peach (@SimonPeach) May 10, 2017
The 54-year-old was keen to rile up home fans ahead of Thursday night's clash, which United lead 0-1 on aggregate.
"It is the most important match of our history.
"It is always the next one and the next one is tomorrow, so I don't believe Celta want this more than us."
Reports surfaced last night that FIFA are set to investigate Paul Pogba's world-record transfer to the Manchester outfit.
Mourinho issued a swift response on the subject:
"The question is simple. It does not affect Paul."