Manchester United's season seems to be on an irreversible decline with the club continuing to drop points on a consistent basis.
United had to come back from two goals down at the weekend to scrape a draw against managerless Southampton.
During the game United had a live Twitter feed active on their official website as they do for every game, however something rather embarrassing occurred during Saturday's match.
The feed consisted of two comments from a Twitter account with the username of @_swanny_04 complimenting the willingness of United striker Marcus Rashford, according to the Times.
However, this is not what caught the eye, as the Twitter account's handle read a rather derogatory remark aimed at the United manager.
Mourinho criticised on United's own live match feed
The handle read ‘Mourinho can f**k out of my club’, leaving the club and the manager red-faced with the Portuguese being put under more pressure leaving his job in serious jeopardy.
The praise of Rashford was far more fitting.
This kind of mistake is the last thing that United want after what has already been a rather disastrous season thus far.
In the age of social media and live match feeds this is a situation that could occur at any time.
But with the amount of disgruntled United fans voicing their opinions, it's not surprising that it happened on an official Manchester United platform.
The fact that Mark Hughes was sacked from his post as Southampton manager after drawing against United speaks volumes of how far the Red Devils have come.
Although the decision to sack Hughes was made over a succession of poor results, a draw against United ten years ago would have been enough to keep a manager in a job for another week.
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