Man United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has disagreed with the club’s legend Roy Keane over his claim that he would be sacked because of his current team.
The Red Devils boss noted that he always listens to the criticism of the former Man United caption but his latest claim is unacceptable.
Roy Keane, reacting to Man united defeat against Arsenal stated that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will lose his job working with the plays he has because they have no quality and are not willing to fight.
The Norwegian manager noted that Roy Keane is only a pundit whose job is to give his opinion about the happenings and not to decide what happens.
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“Roy has always been outspoken and I’m very glad I’ve got eh players we have here with us. We’ve got different jobs and Roy’s job is to give his opinion and I always listen to Roy.
“But we move on here with a great group of players, strong group of players, and I’m sure we will see a response.
However, there are speculations that the Red Devils boss would be sacked if the results under him do not improve in any way with former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino reported to be contacted for the job.
The Red Devils chiefs are yet to give their stand on the poor results by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer team but it is assumed that he is only given time and respect as a former player to make things up or risk quitting the job.
Man United are now 15th on the Premier League table with just seven points after six games as they have an outstanding match that is yet to be played.
Meanwhile, it has been a different Man United team in the Champions League as they have maintained a perfect record so far with two wins in their first two games.