Former Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has hit out at the club for being too quick to sack their managers - as pressure mounts on current boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer following a series of poor results.
But Marouane Fellaini believes United were too quick to sack Mourinho, as well as David Moyes and Louis van Gaal. Manchester United has been unable to maintain the dominance they had in the past and the board of directors of the club is no way helping the club with their hire and fire approach which is Fellaini main concern.
It would perhaps be wise to give the man some minutes with the reserves before Ole Gunnar Solskjaer decides to start him again. He desired to make his team of workers and after two years, or two years and a half, they made up our minds to sack him because the implications weren't there.
"For me, yes [United were too hasty in sacking Mourinho] because a manager like that comes and he needs a lot of players to implement his own philosophy. Then they chose to sack him and that's football", Fellaini told the Mirror. "A manager like Van Gaal tactically is very strong and has a lot of experience and they sacked him", he said.More news: Arkansas judge: Court to hear 19 adoption scheme cases
'It's not easy to build a team in that time, you need more than two years'.
"I don't know what they will do with Ole", Fellaini added. Mourinho, for the major season, he did amazingly, he improved the team of workers, won issues.
"Okay the second season, was a bit more hard, but he tried and did his best to help the team".
Fellaini is adamant he left Old Trafford with no regrets; United's cup double in 2017 the undisputed highlight before a second-placed finish 12 months later from his five-and-half years at the club.More news: Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks With Draft Stakes Set For WWE RAW
Fellaini was critical of some of the younger players at United for the time they spent on social media and reckons Solskjaer will struggle to be competitive by simply relying on youngsters after deciding to move on more experienced players such as himself, Romelu Lukaku and Alexis Sanchez.
United appear committed to signing and nurturing younger talent as they plot their way back to the top of English football.
Dalot is rough around the edges and his decision making often lets him down, but you suspect that there is, somewhere, a player in there.
In fact, the report says that De Gea and Mata actually issued a warning to their teammates saying that the bad times were not over yet, just because there was going to be a new man at the helm.More news: Modi-Xi summit: Had ‘heart-to-heart’ talks, says Chinese President Xi Jinping
Fred has failed to tug up any timber below Solskjaer, with the Norwegian saying of the midfielder over the summer season: 'Well, I think you're not stunned when a participant who has performed in Ukraine finds it a little bit bit laborious to start with.