Anthony Martial Likes Social Media Post About Jose Mourinho
Anthony Martial might have been one of several Manchester United players to let out a sigh relief when Jose Mourinho was sacked and the Frenchman may have given a hint to his feelings on social media.
Throughout his time at Manchester United it seemed like Jose Mourinho was always at war with at least one of his players every week. Luke Shaw, Anthony Martial, Romelu Lukaku, Eric Bailly, Chris Smalling and of course Paul Pogba were the biggest arguments he had.
Shaw and Martial were the two examples of players that had run ins with the manager, seemed like they wouldn't play again and managed to battle back to be integral members of the team this season.
Back in the summer it looked like both Shaw and Martial would be sold, with just one year left on each of their deals, but they have been two of the best performers this season.
Shaw has signed a new deal but, whilst he has had a one year extension activated on his deal, Martial is yet to sign despite a five year deal being on the table.
Now it seems that the former Monaco forward has added further fuel to the idea he was unhappy with a cheeky like on Twitter, which he's since taken off:
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The post was from Bleacher Report as part of their 'The Champions' series that is an animated series about elite footballers all living in one house.
This episode suggested that United players weren't enjoying their time at Old Trafford under Mourinho with life being very boring:
You really thought everything was okay at Manchester United? pic.twitter.com/n2dmFjsvw9- B/R Football (@brfootball) December 18, 2018
It's actually been a big week for players liking posts on Twitter to do with Manchester United. Last week Toby Alderweireld was spotted linking a post about him signing for the Red Devils and head of Sunday's loss to Liverpool Luke Shaw was also spotted liking a tweet:
Always check players' likes, it's where interesting stuff really happens.