Scholes has his say.

Jose Mourinho scarf seller labelled a clown by Paul Scholes

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Manchester United legend Paul Scholes wasn't too impressed with one man hanging around outside Old Trafford on Monday afternoon. 

Before the Red Devils played host to Premier League champions Chelsea, one individual took it upon himself to sell Jose Mourinho scarves. 

Unsurprisingly, Scholes, who was working for BT Sport alongside Rio Ferdinand and Steven Gerrard, labelled the Mourinho scarf seller as a clown. 


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Mourinho, of course, has been heavily linked with the top job at Old Trafford following Louis van Gaal's demise in the dugout. 

United have endured a torrid time under the guidance of the Dutchman and haven't won in their last eight outings in all competitions. 

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Torrid time 

But should Van Gaal leave Old Trafford? United's recent run really hasn't been good enough, but the experienced manager may well be buoyed by his side's display against Chelsea.


The Red Devils, despite failing to secure all three points against the west London outfit, produced a strong performance and were extremely unlucky not to find the back of the net on a number of occasions throughout proceedings.

It's been well documented that the football on display at the Theatre of Dreams just isn't good enough, but perhaps Van Gaal could yet change the dynamic of his team over the coming weeks and months. 

Manchester United fans: do you want Van Gaal stay? Have your say below! 

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