Jose Mourinho hit the headlines when he walked out of an interview following Tuesday's 0-0 result against Hull.
Instead of United's poor performance, Mourinho's post-match interview gained the most traction.
And Mark Lawreson has taken Mourinho to task, claiming he is a terrible role model who has the temperment of a chid having a tantrum.
Jose Mourinho hit the headlines this week when he stormed out of an interview
He said that the interview was a classic diversion tactic following a terrible result.
"There are kids watching that interview, it’s just bad manners. Absolutely bad manners. Very rude," he said.
Mourinho abruptly ended the interview after just 88 seconds
There are kids watching that interview, it’s just bad manners
In the notorious BBC interview, the irate Manchester United boss also took aim at how the FA have handled recent controversy surrounding Jurgen Klopp and Arsene Wenger.
The Portuguese coach said: "The rules for me are different.
"Today I was told 'sit down or I have to send you to the stands', so everything is different for me.
"Don't ask me questions that put me in a difficult situation."
Manchester United failed to deliver yet again on the pitch
The Portuguese manager also directed his fury at referee Mike Jones for allowing Hull to waste time.
Mourinho then abruptly ended the interview after just 88 seconds when the BBC reporter asked him to be specific about his complaints.
The United boss said: "If you don't know football, you shouldn't be with a microphone in your hand."
Manchester United have drawn their last three consecutive Premier League games.