Jose Mourinho social media rules will surprise you.
Jose Mourinho is cracking down on his players’ use of social media platforms going in to a crucial part of their season, as reported by the Independent.
The Manchester United manager faces a fixture pile up in May, and wants everyone’s undivided attention and focus for a season-defining month.
The newspaper reports that the Portuguese is frustrated by how much information leaves the dressing room via online posts from the players, and wants to significantly limited that.
He has brought in strict rules regarding the publication of photos from training and players may not upload anything within 48 hours of matches and in particular, any antics going down on team buses to away games
United fans will remember last season when West Ham fans attacked the Red Devils coach upon arrival at the Boleyn Ground – midfielder Jesse Lingard captured footage of the incident via Snapchat.
This season, United left-back and public enemy number one Luke Shaw posted footage of himself recovering from injury back in November, while Paul Pogba has also been a keen user of various platforms following his world record move from Juventus.