Manchester United great Roy Keane gave his honest assessment of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reign and revealed when he thinks the manager’s position should be under consideration.
The legendary Norwegian has been under tremendous pressure this season after some inconsistent form and a handful of shocking performances or results.
United’s poor start to the campaign saw Solskjaer’s job immediately under threat and the huge 6-1 loss to Tottenham Hotspur certainly didn’t help either.
The former Molde boss has had his credentials questioned now more than ever as doubts rise over his ability to win the Premier League title.
After the drab 0-0 draw vs Manchester City Keane gave his opinion on the only way Solskjaer can keep his job and what needs to happen for that to change.
Roy Keane: "I'll give Ole this full season and look at it in the summer. He needs a trophy. Manchester United should not be celebrating top 4." pic.twitter.com/ZDkM5JhX8t
— Football Tweet (@Football__Tweet) December 12, 2020
"It is as if everyone was happy with a draw, I signed for Manchester United to win football matches not to be happy or popular or friends with everybody"
Roy Keane is still shocked at the full-time scenes in the Manchester Derby pic.twitter.com/W0UMixnWly
— Football Daily (@footballdaily) December 12, 2020
One of Manchester United fans’ biggest frustrations with the draw to City was that they were there for the taking.
Solskjaer opted against making any tactical changes to alternate the course of the game and only made a like for like substitute in Anthony Martial for Mason Greenwood.
City were nullified by United but had the home side attempted to go a little more attacking than they were, they perhaps could have stolen all three points.
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