This season, Jose Mourinho has picked a fight with just about everyone at Old Trafford.
But when he picked on a defenceless tray of water bottles and bodyslammed it on the touchline on Tuesday night, I drew the line.
Enough is enough.
And I have to ask the question now: Are Manchester United fans also gatvol of the Special One?
Since the start of the campaign, the Portuguese’s tenure has taken on the feeling of a typical third-Jose-season more and more.
We all know how he lost the plot at Real Madrid and Chelsea.
And it seems that we are reaching the endgame of Jose’s meltdown.
It’s actually taken longer than expected for me.
I thought he would fail to make the Champions League last 16, but he has proven me wrong.
But when we look back at his antics this season, it’s still looking like a moerse mess.
He started off moaning that he didn’t get the players he wanted in defence. He was desperate to add new faces to replace his own signings Victor Lindelof and Eric Bailly.
Jose also had beef with Luke Shaw and botsed with club captain Antonio Valencia in his bid to land himself some wingbacks.
While Jose kicked and screamed as neighbours Manchester City bought new width, the only player he was linked to was Alex Sandro.
But even with Sandro, it would have meant he had three leftback options and no alternative to Valencia on the right. Until Diogo Dalot showed up.
All we heard about was Harry Maguire and Toby Alderweireld for central defence.
Elsewhere on the pitch, it looks just has unbalanced as Jose’s mood swings.
Defensive midfielders like Nemanja Matic and Ander Herrera can’t defend.
Creative players like Jesse Lingard and Alexis Sanchez can’t create.
Star players like Paul Pogba can’t star. And strikers can’t hit the back of the net.
The only player that looks useful right now is Marouane Fellaini. Jose brings him on if he needs to a goal or to plug the defence. Just amazing.
United fans better hope he stops changing his hairstyle or he’ll turn into the new Pogba.
Or worse, realise that he is too good for this team and demand a move.
But in all seriousness, the team is inconsistent, down in seventh in the league and playing football only the most medicated fan could watch.
So I’m asking: Aren’t you sick of Jose already? Honestly, I’d like to know. Write me at [email protected] or Rek Jou Bek with an SMS to 33258.