Jose Mourinho weighs in on Fergie time & how he forced it at United
- Jose insists last-minute goals are not just luck.
- He believes they can be forced by 'strong collective personality'.
Jose Mourinho provided a gold mine of comments in the BeIN Sports studio this weekend while analysing the Chelsea vs Arsenal game. Of course, a lot was asked of Jose with a nod to his relation to Manchester United.
He spoke of Sir Alex Ferguson's phenomenon: ''Fergie time is not occasional. Fergie time is a consequence of his mentality, spirit, relationship with his players. I don’t have a bad record with United winning matches in extra time.
Spot on.— James 🔰 (@mufcszn) January 19, 2019
''Even this season we (United) did Juventus, Newcastle. I think you can force your luck. Fundamentally, when a team has strong collective personality and players that are not afraid to fight against the demons of the last minute I think you can force (luck).''