Robert Huth believes there are too many voices in Manchester United’s dressing room against Jose Mourinho’s style.
The former Chelsea man thinks Mourinho is finding it hard to get everyone on board with his ideas at United.
“What Mourinho had at Chelsea and at his other previous clubs was that the players bought 100 per cent into what he was trying to do,” Huth told Sky Sports.
“There was no ‘I don’t like what we’re doing’. Even if some players didn’t like what the plan was they bought into it and did the job 100 percent.
“At the moment at United, there are too many voices saying ‘we should be doing this, we should be doing that or I should be playing in this position’.
“That’s when you get a performance like the one at West Ham, it just looked disjointed.”
The former German International feels his former boss has also lost some of his swagger and connection with players.
“He seems to have lost a bit of the swagger, the ‘I don’t care attitude’ he used to have and the connection with the players.
“If you look back years ago at Inter, Real Madrid and Chelsea he used to have an instant connection. A spark with the players.
“They would do everything for him but at the moment it’s not quite there.”
Mourinho has been involved in several clashes with his players, most recent was his frosty argument with Pogba at Carrignton.
United have made their worst start to a season in 29 years. Losing three times already in the League and getting knock out of the Carabao Cup by Championship side, Derby County.