The 41 year old assistance coach thinks that it takes time to rebuild a team and also thinks by stability they can make a better team.


The former Manchester United defender thinks that his side should have some faith on the Portuguese manager and though it is s tough rebuild period they are right now going through but it is the right way to keep a faith on him.

After Sir Alex Ferguson retired from the managerial post of Manchester united have been in a permanent state of flux.

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Under legendary Sir Alex Ferguson Manchester united has won 13 EPL trophies and they think filling his spot is going to be a banal task.

The legendary coach was with the Red Devils for 27 years and after he retired two others coach tried to make the differences but they fail to make an impact.

Now many critics asks many questions to the special one and they are many fans are now against him about his tactics what he is using with the Red Devils but Neville thinks that he must be given some time to rebuild the team or else if they change him against the situation will not improve.

"It's going to take some time for United to get through this thing of sacking managers if they don't come in fourth," Neville said

"They have to really live with Mourinho now and hopefully it will work and he can get it right because we need some stability there.

"I thought United would settle down quicker than they have with the new signings, they haven't – it looks like it's still going to be a bit painful.

"Mourinho has always been about picking his best 11 and he will deliver the win. He has had to change it constantly and he doesn't know his best team yet."