Niko Kovac, whose position is also under threat at Bayern Munich, hopes there are no more sackings after Jose Mourinho’s departure.
Under-pressure Bayern Munich boss Niko Kovac expressed his sympathy following Jose Mourinho’s sacking as Manchester United manager.
A 19-point deficit in the Premier League and a limp display at leaders Liverpool proved to be the final straw for United, who axed Mourinho after two and a half years on Tuesday.
Kovac has also found his position under threat this season with German champions Bayern nine points off the pace in the Bundesliga and the 47-year-old said he feels for Mourinho.
“I just want to say that I feel sorry about every manager sacking,” Kovac told reporters.
“I can feel him and my biggest wish is that no manager will be sacked anymore.”
Manchester United has announced that Jose Mourinho has left the Club.
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