JOSE MOURINHO has ruined Manchester United and his trophies count for nothing, according to France World Cup winner Christophe Dugarry.
A run of just six wins in 13 Premier League games has seen the club make their worst start to a domestic campaign for 28 years.
PA:Empics Sport3 Mourinhos critics are growing in number by the day
Things turned from bad to worse last weekend when United failed to score at home for the fourth time this season in the goalless draw with Crystal Palace.
Amid the waves of criticism, Mourinho has consistently reference his previous achievements including his three Premier League title wins.
In mid-week the Portuguese boss was quick to highlight another milestone as United secured their place in the Champions League last-16 – the 14th time Mourinho has progressed to the knock-out phase of the competition – though it came courtesy of a stoppage time Marouane Fellaini goal in a dull 1-0 win over Swiss minnows Young Boys.
But Dugarry, who scooped the World Cup and European Championship double with Les Bleus during an otherwise uneventful career, says Mourinho's past successes now count for nothing.
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Reuters3 Dugarry was part of the France squads which won the World Cup in 1998 and Euro 2000
He told Le10 Sport: “It’s unbearable. He’s wrecked the club.
“When you see them play on Tuesday [against Young Boys], it’s catastrophic, it’s awful, when we all remember Manchester with Roy Keane, [David] Beckham – all the great players, they played offensive football.
“It was beautiful and passionate.
"Old Trafford was the Theatre of Dreams, now it’s the Theatre of Nightmares with this guy.
Reuters3 Fellaini spared Mourinhos blushes with a late goal to beat Young Boys
“What he doesn’t understand is that we don’t give a s**t about his titles, we just want emotion and to watch good football, which he’s incapable of giving us, but he won’t realise that because he’s so far up his own a**e.
“We don’t care at all about what you’ve won, mate.”
Mourinho will have the chance to turn United's season around ahead of the busy festive period when they travel to Southampton this weekend.