JOSE MOURINHO has aimed yet another sly dig at old foes Paul Scholes and Gary Neville over their failed attempts in management.
The unemployed Portuguese boss was often on the receiving end of brutal criticism from the fellow pundits during his stint as Manchester United manager.
Scholes was appointed Oldham manager in February but lasted just 31 days in the job before handing in his resignation.
Neville would also endure a difficult time as gaffer while manager of Valencia.
The Man United legend was handed the shock appointment in December 2015 but was axed following three wins in 16 matches.
And it seems Mourinho will continue to revel in their failures.
In an interview with RT Sport, he said : "But the experience to be there, we have even in England, former top players, amazing in front of the screen, they go to football clubs, and after two months, goodbye, let’s go home because this is not right for us.
“So there are things you have it, or you don’t have it.”
Mourinho is still on the lookout for a new job after being axed by United in December.
He has filled his time with punditry where his outspoken comments have been box office for viewers.
And his latest one with BeIN Sports was no different when he claimed he was sacked by the Red Devils because the board did not know his philosophy.
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He said: "My game philosophy? It depends.
"If you have to go into the history of a club to train or impose your own ideas ignoring the context? It depends.
"At United, they didn't know my philosophy."
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