Manchester United manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer has drawn criticism from one of the former Red Devils players amidst the recent poor run of results recorded by the former Premier League champions.
Former Manchester United midfielder Paul Ince was highly critical of Solskjaer during his chat with Paddy Power.
Ex-Red Devils striker Solskjaer was called out by Paul Ince for his subtle obsession with Sir Alex Ferguson.
According to him, Solskjaer needs to get over Sir Alex Ferguson as he added that the current Manchester United manager has to realize that Ferguson is no more in charge of the Red Devils and that the responsibility of moving the club forward lies with him.
Solskjaer and Manchester United have had to endure a poor run of results in the last one month in all competitions.
The Red Devils have lost six of the last eight games in all competitions which have seen them exit both the FA Cup and the Champions League.
They were knocked out of the FA Cup by Wolverhampton Wanderers via a 2-1 away defeat in their quarterfinal tie.
Manchester United also bowed out of the Champions League at the same quarterfinal stage via a 4-0 aggregate loss to Spanish champions Barcelona.
Solskjaer had started his managerial reign at Manchester United with just one defeat in his first 17 games.