The United manager has been heavily criticised following the club's troubled start to the season with his side lying eighth with just four wins from eight games.
And he believes the sack will come sooner than later for Mourinho.
The United manager has long complained about the problems he faces with his defence.
And this toxicity has seeped into the team's play, the bad and humiliating moments outnumbering the good by a wide margin, especially during a four-game stretch between September 22 and October 2 in which United failed to win any of the four games they were heavily favored in. Online polls actually show little support for Mourinho, but it's at the matches themselves where the support matters most.
Naturally, fans are more predisposed to back a football man over a perceived "suit" like Ed Woodward.
Sweden World Cup captain Andreas Granqvist is apparently in line for a shock move to Old Trafford.
Despite spending a club-record $59 million on Sigurdsson last summer, Everton didn't bother to play the Icelandic midfielder in his preferred position as an advanced playmaker last season. But there are no "Three years of excuses, Ta-Ra" flags in J Stand as there were for Sir Alex Ferguson.
"This was not about a team rallying for their under-fire manager".
"What a second-half performance by the France worldwide".
"I agree with Jose".
"I'm amazed", he replied. I said the same thing when Louis van Gaal was there.
"At half-time we were losing 2-0 and the fans were magnificent to the team".
Despite rumors he'd be fired after the Newcastle game no matter the result, it's hard to see the United board getting rid of Mourinho after such a thrilling comeback. "But the fact they were 2-0 down in the first place says it all", he added.
"I've been sacked twice and it hurts when people level things at you, in defeat or at bad times, it can get personal and maybe some of it has got personal with Jose". If only he and Mourinho could sort out their differences. Nearly all have left Manchester for the global break.