Interestingly, Valencia wasn't the only United player dropping clangers on social media after the match at Old Trafford, with Paul Pogba also attempting a defiant statement of intent but missing out a crucial comma in the process...
Ince believes those rifts have seen a number of players give up, with the former Red Devils midfielder telling Paddy Power: "It baffles me that Manchester United players are choosing when they want to put effort into playing for their club".
However, the under-fire manager saw his side toil to a 0-0 Uefa Champions League draw against Valencia to boos at the final whistle.
José Mourinho wants to carry on at Manchester United even though the manager is concerned that he is not receiving enough backing from within the club.
Ince represented United between 1989 and 1995, winning the Premier League and FA Cup twice in that time along with the European Cup Winners' Cup and League Cup. I always look forward to our games but recently Mourinho has made watching us a punishment now.
Television cameras picked up a frosty exchange between the Portuguese and Paul Pogba in training, while skipper Antonio Valencia was forced to apologised for liking an Instagram post that called for his manager to be sacked.
"Yesterday, I liked a post on Instagram without reading the text that accompanied the picture", Valencia tweeted.
'These are not my views and I apologise for this.
During the Veronica football show in the Netherlands, former Crystal Palace manager Frank de Boer was asked who he thinks should replace Jose Mourinho at Manchester United, to which he jokingly replied: "Me".
"Let's keep fighting United", the post on Twitter read.
"The decision is up to the manager and you've got to respect it".