Jose Mourinho has been told to stop dressing down his players in public
Mourinho has levelled a number of charges against his Manchester United players this season.
Henrik Mkhitaryan was accused of not being ready at the start of the campaign, while Chris Smalling and Luke Shaw came under fire over the Christmas period.
Anthony Martial is the current man being somewhat ostracised by the United manager, who has also hit out at the FA this week following what he claims is lenient treatment for Arsene Wenger and Jurgen Klopp over their touchline antics.
Man United boss Mourinho leaves the Lowry as Leicester preparations continue
Sat, February 4, 2017
A smiling Jose Mourinho was snapped leaving the Lowry this morning has preparations for Manchester United's clash with Leicester continue
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Jose Mourinho looked happy has he left the Lowry this morning
But Hamann believes Mourinho should stop publicly airing his thoughts as it could damage team morale at Old Trafford.
“He’s come out with some strange comments this season,” Hamann told MOTD2.
“He’s calmed down over the last couple of months, which probably coincided with a good run of results.
“But I don’t get it when you go public about your players. At some stage you will need them again. It’s a squad game.
Mourinho has been critical of individuals at Man United this season
Anthony Martial is said to be unhappy with his treatment at Manchester United
“He very publicly named Mkhitaryan at the start of the season (plus) one or two others.
“At some stage you need these players and I just don’t know what he wants to achieve by having a go at everybody.
“You need to give the players belief. If you don’t have the winning mentality, apart from Rooney and Carrick as he mentions, that’s why he is there.
“Do it. Try to instil the winning mentality and bring some trophies to the club.
“That’s why he’s there, that’s why he gets top dollar. So do it.”