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Solskjaer does not feel sorry for Moyes’ woes at Man Utd

Sun 14 March 2021 | 8:54

Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he has no sympathy with David Moyes about his difficult time at Old Trafford and was full of admiration for what he has done with West Ham United so far this season.

Moyes

was asked to succeed

Sir Alex

Ferguson

in the summer of 2013, but he was sacked only after 10 months.

West Ham

travel to Old Trafford to face

Manchester United

on Sunday in a crucial match as both teams are in the hunt for a Champions League spot.

But

Solskjaer

feels no sympathy when Moyes returns to Old Trafford with the Hammers.

“I don't think you can feel sorry for someone who has managed Manchester United,"

the Norwegian told reporters when asked of his predecessor in the role

.

“David wouldn't have taken it if he didn't want the job.

“It's a dream job for many, many managers and unfortunately David didn't last for as long as he would have wanted.

“But he's proving again what he's capable of at West Ham.

“In football, you shouldn't be surprised at anything, but I've got to say that David has made massive improvements with the West Ham team – this season and last season as well.

“They have got [Michail] Antonio really flying, [Tomas] Soucek is scoring goals – and he has really built on that.

“After a poor start – I remember they lost 2-0 to Newcastle on the opening day – David made some decisions, stuck with them, and they are up there on merit.

“You don't get results over a long period without working at it – and you can see how well organized they are.”


source: SportMob