Why Alex Ferguson thinks Man United made mistake giving Solskjaer job
Famous Manchester United ex-manager, Sir Alex Ferguson
, thinks the club made mistake by appointing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as coach, ahead of Tottenham manager, Mauricio Pochettino. the Daily Mail records.
Recall that after Manchester United sacked Jose Mourinho
in December 2018, United exec vice chairman Ed Wooward decided to contract the job to Solskjaer
that will end at the completion of the campaign.
Immediately Solskjaer took over the coaching job from Jose Mourinho, he shocked everybody, even his critics, by winning his very first 8 games, while he additionally led United to an amazing return victory against Paris Saint-Germain in the Champions League.
Solskjaer was offered a three-year contract at the end of March and is currently entrusted with a significant rebuild of his United squad, that will play in the Europa League following season.
But after that 3-1 victory in Paris on March 6 against PSG, United has only won two games and lost eight of their outstanding 12 matches in all competitors.
Someone is now feeling that Manchester United as a club made mistake for handing a 3 year permanent contract to Solskjaer. That is what Alex Ferguson is feeling right now. He thinks United needs to have made an effort to draw Pochettino away from Tottenham before offering Solskjaer a permanent contract.
Ferguson is likewise, “dissatisfied” that he has been marginalised by Woodward and is required to be up to date with the team’s strategies via Solskjaer’s aide Mike Phelan, that worked together with the Scot throughout his time.