If Ole stayed, it would have been better! Roy Keane believes if Solskjaer stays, the Red Devils won’t be this bad.
Roy Keane has commented that Manchester United could have done better if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was still manager at the Red Devils. And also added that choosing to use a strategist is a mistake.
Manchester United legend Roy Keane believes that if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer were still at Manchester United, they could be ranked better than they are today.
After Solskjaer was sacked from being the boss of Manchester United in November last year. Due to the inability to create works for the Red Devils to do a good job And the board brought in Ralf Rangnick was drawn to the team temporarily, when Solcha was sacked, the Red Devils were still in the 7th position of the table. But at present Rangnick is unable to revive the Red Devils as Manchester United’s latest 1-1 draw at home to Chelsea has kept them in sixth place in the league.
The former Irish footballer has revealed that “if Ole is still in position They couldn’t have performed any worse. But they have already made up their minds. Can’t look back on the past You can also think of the days of other managers, for example, going back to the days when David Moyes was in office. But the truth is, big clubs don’t have the patience.”
And with the question of whether Manchester United could have a better ranking now if Solskjaer had not been sacked, Keane said: “If Ole is still in charge of the team? I think in terms of league standings I would say yes, they should have a better place. But you have to think about the last two games where Ole was in place (0-2 defeats to Manchester City and 1-4 at Watford), I’m not saying that Ole wasn’t at the time. should be discharged But taking a temporary manager to control the team like this It’s not the right thing.”
Manchester United’s performance in recent years They still have a disappointing performance. There is no championship trophy to win. In addition, winning tickets to play in the UEFA Champions League game is likely to be almost 100% hopeless, with the latest results of the Red Devils playing in the last 6 league games, winning 2, drawing 1, losing 3 matches. Manchester Terry United are sixth in the table with 55 points from 35 games.