Jose Mourinho saw his Manchester United side beat by Liverpool in Michigan, then insisting that US supporters deserved more from the International Champions Cup.
The United boss was in an abrasive mood after his team's 4-1 defeat on Saturday night, striking no blow at a remarkable 12-minute press conference after a press conference.
In that, he called on his board to deliver at least one new signature before the end of the transfer window, revealing that he had given it a list of five names "months ago" claiming United had been in the US this summer to just "survive" and "get some unpleasant results".
However, his comments about the match quality will lead to the greatest movement. Saturday's game was seen by an audience of 1
"The atmosphere was good, but if I were them I would not come, he said." I would not spend my money to see these teams. "
" I saw Chelsea against Inter on TV today. The people there decided that the beach is better than this, so the stadium was empty.
"These people showed how much they love their clubs. They only come to enjoy their clubs. It's amazing and why people like [Ander] Herrera and others have so much respect for the fans and they give all the have. "
Although impressed by the fans, Mourinho did not quite feel the same to the American officials.
"The atmosphere was obviously amazing. Two amazing goals from [Andreas] Pereira and from [Xherdan] Shaqiri, but the judges were wrong, says the boss." They were called by the baseball federation and thought it was a baseball game they came here it was football. It was fun. "
Mourinho added:" The passion that many Americans have for football deserves more. It deserves the best teams.
"What makes passion is quality, good player, good team. It is a good Liverpool Manchester United, a good Manchester United Real Madrid. But then you have the World Cup, no respect for the clubs or players, the players deserve the holiday It's confused.
"I feel sorry for people who work since 2004 to try to promote football in the country, how they invest to get the best clubs in the United States. We and some other clubs, Liverpool were different, could not give the people the true football quality, which is what can attract even more passion. "