Jose Mourinho has got the Manchester United training ground ‘buzzing’ again, an inside source has revealed.
Manchester United’s brand new manager has already made a few changes at the AON Training Complex, by scraping almost all the modifications Louis van Gaal made during his time in-charge of the Old Trafford club.
As per the report, Mourinho has asked for the removal of all the cameras from the training pitch, which were installed by Van Gaal to analyse and keep track of his players and their training routines.
The removal of these video-recording equipment has apparently gone down very well with the players, as they believed those devices to be unnecessary, intrusive, and ineffective means to spy on them rather than anything else.
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The United players are reportedly having fun again in their training sessions, and the change from Van Gaal’s rigid philosophy to Mourinho’s effective simplicity is being seen as a welcome one by the Red Devils.
As per the Mirror, an inside source from the training ground revealed: “The players have been bowled over by the manager already inside just a few days – the training ground feels alive again and there is a spring in everyone’s step.
“Michael Carrick is one of the senior players, but he was saying he wished he was 25 again and facing a few years playing for Mourinho.
“The place is absolutely buzzing. The previous manager was very thorough in his planning and preparation and on the training ground but it all felt a little bit regimented.”
Not only the players, but even the staff members at Carrington have gotten hugely impressed with ‘the Special One’.
“Some of the staff have already nicknamed Jose ‘Mr Meticulous’ because of his attention to detail – but the mood feels a lot lighter, albeit super-professional,” the source added. “The players know Jose will be demanding, but they are excited. They want to be competing for the league title again.”