Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola admits he was not surprised by the news of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s sacking and wished the best for the Norwegian coach.
‘s disappointing 4-1 defeat toWatford
marked the end of
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer
’s reign as the Red Devils’ boss. The club’s officials decided to part ways with the Norwegian coach after the team’s poor run in the Premier League.
Given the often brutal nature of football,
related Solskjaer’s situation to his by emphasizing that he is only still withManchester City
because he and the club are still winning.
"I wish him all the best, it was a pleasure to face him,"
the Catalan coach said following Sunday's 3-0 win overEverton
"He beat me more than I wanted, but he knows when you're in charge of a team like United you have to win otherwise you're in trouble.
"I'm sitting here because we won, otherwise it would be another person sitting here. I hope one day we can see each other again. I wish him all the best."
Michael Carrick will lead United when they faceVillarreal
in the Champions League and also againstChelsea
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