Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s future: Andrew Cole denounces criticism of Manchester United boss | Football News

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Andrew Cole denounced the “reaction” to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer due to Manchester United’s troubles and believes he should be given more time.

Solskjaer’s former forward and teammate insists the Norwegian has done everything he can to take the club to the top of the Premier League and that United cannot continue with managers to resolve the issue.

Solskjaer’s future is under intense speculation after his consecutive defeats at Old Trafford against rivals Liverpool and Manchester City.

However, Cole, who scored 121 goals in 274 games for United, said: Sky Sports News: “I’m disappointed with Ole’s reaction.

“I don’t think any manager should receive this kind of criticism, united or not. I think they’re trying their best. Like anyone who’s tried before, he’s trying.

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Andrew Cole disappointed by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s criticism

“I don’t want people to talk about them like that, even if it’s someone I don’t know, whether it’s my ex teammate or not. But I don’t like it because when I played with him I got on very well with him, it doesn’t do me any good to see him in this position now.

“We all want Manchester United to be restored, but it takes time. ‘How much longer?’ But the previous managers found themselves in the same position. The stick that Ole gets is sometimes unpleasant.

“Things will never be easy for a club like Manchester United. Whichever manager takes over, it will always be difficult for Sir Alex Ferguson to succeed. to be in the position they want to be in.

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Roy Keane makes a damn judgment about Manchester United’s performance in their derby loss at Old Trafford.

“But other teams need to move forward. How long did it take for Liverpool to win the league. I’m not saying that United will be in that position, but you can’t look at history. Manchester United need to win. stronger as a team and go from there.

“There are four managers at United and all the managers who went before did a good job too. Unfortunately they weren’t able to get them back to where they are.”

sky sports football expert Roy Keane is one of the few other former United players who has been fiercely critical of the team’s performance this season, but Cole understands his frustration and believes his definitive views on the game will always be relevant.

“This is ‘leap’ for you,” he said. “He’s so honest. He makes me laugh. I get along very well with him. But when you play with someone like that, you know what he’s talking about and what he wants from you. It’s that simple. Black and white with Roy. Roy wants to win.

“People say he’s trying to be relevant? Roy Keane will always be relevant because of what he’s done as a player. He speaks from the heart and doesn’t want to see Manchester United where they are. I think that’s true. why does he get angry sometimes.”