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Ole was a panic appointment, claims Ince

Wed 04 November 2020 | 11:31

Paul Ince believes that Manchester United's board made a huge mistake by choosing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as the manager.

Paul Ince

believes that the appointment of

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

as

Manchester United

's manager was a panic decision. The Norwegian coach replaced

Mourinho

two years ago. At the beginning he had a fantastic start but he could not continue the good run to the end of the season.

Last season but was a bit different for United. At first they did not look very promising but the signing of

Bruno Fernandes

changed things for them and they finished the season at third place. This season, they're having their worst start since David Moyes in 2013-14. Although they've beaten

PSG

and

RB Leibzig

at the Champions League match, they only managed to collect 1 point in 4 home league matches. Paul Ince talks about why United made a mistake by choosing Ole.

“They've been inconsistent for a while now - even before Ole took over," the former United midfielder told Ladbrokes. "Then they went on that great run and he got the job. It was hard not to give him the job after that run. I do think the board panicked though.

“All the fans were singing his name, ordering the club to give him the job and they did. I think they should've waited until the end of the season. Let him have it as interim manager until the end of the season then see who's out there, who the best man is for the job.

“I'm not saying Ole's not the best man for the job, and getting that team last season into third place was a great achievement. But I look at United now compared to when I played...

“We had a presence. Teams were frightened of us. We already had teams beat before we walked out onto the pitch. Whether it was home or away, teams were frightened of Manchester United. I don't see that now.

“Teams look at them and think they can take points from the game. We saw it against Arsenal, where United were woeful. We've seen Crystal Palace do it. Something's not quite right.”


source: SportMob