Results are what truly matters to football fans, and Manchester United fan's are not an exception to this rule.
Jose Mourinho's methods have an undeniable proven track record that has improved United's standing in the league since arriving in 2016. The idea that Mourinho can't play attractive football is one of the biggest myths that still is perpetuated by his biggest critics.
Watching his title winning Chelsea sides of 04-05, 05-06 and 14-15 tell a different story. All those sides had exceptional attacking players that could tear defences apart. Arjen Robben and Eden Hazard are two examples of players who were integral to Mourinho's winning system, which fires back at the claim he can't work with flair.
The linear view that football can only be played one way is what traps a lot of clubs into stagnation, just look at the second half of Arsene Wenger's tenure at the Emirates.
Mourinho isn't faultless and considering the over £300m spent on his squad, there should've been a stronger title challenge this year with the resources at his disposal.
It still seems Mourinho is missing players that fit into his system. Like Pep, Klopp and
United fans should feel frustrated after what was a poor end to the season, though the grass can sometimes seem greener, this season will likely be seen as an anomaly. More often than not, Jose Mourinho is seen in May holding a trophy and although Manchester City will be seen as irresistible favourites to defend their crown, betting against Mourinho's record is a fools game.
For Manchester United, the expectation is trophies and no matter what is thrown his way, its hard to see many better managers in the game who can deliver that to England's biggest club side.