MANCHESTER UNITED have pulled the trigger on boss Jose Mourinho.
The Red Devils sit sixth in the Premier League table and have decided to make their move just days after their humiliating loss to table-toppers Liverpool.
How long did the ex-Chelsea boss last at Man United?
MOURINHO was appointed Manchester United boss on May 27, 2016.
He took over from Louis van Gaal, despite the Dutchman leading his side to the FA Cup that year.
The Special One has lasted just over two years at the Theatre of Dreams, given his marching orders on December 18, 2018 after a torrid domestic campaign.
As such, he was in the job for 936 days, with Michael Carrick set to take over as caretaker boss and a permanent successor pencilled in for the summer.
What was his record?
IN total, Mourinho was in charge at Old Trafford for 144 games.
He won 84 of those matches, drew 32 and lost 28 – overall that gives him a relatively healthy win percentage of 58.3 percent.
That might be slightly better than David Moyes and van Gaal, but doesn’t top Sir Alex Ferguson’s 59.67 percent over his 17-year reign.
Did he win any trophies?
MOURINHO has always had an instant impact at every club he’s ever managed.
And it was no exception at Old Trafford, where he led the Red Devils to the Community Shield, EFL Cup and the Europa League in the 2016/17 season.
But since that Europa triumph, the trophy cabinet has remained bare at a club which demands success.
And Mourinho paid for that with his job, dismissed from his position following the embarrassing 3-1 defeat by league leaders Liverpool on December 16.