Everton boss, Carlo Ancelotti, has shared his sympathy with Olé Gunnar Solskjaer, amid the pressure he’s facing, following a run of poor results for Manchester United.
The Norwegian saw his side lose back to back matches to Arsenal and Istanbul Bakasehir last week, and the results heaped pressure on his already fragile position as manager of the club.
But before the clash against Everton on Saturday, Ancelotti, while speaking during his pre-match conference, revealed he understands how it feels to be in Solskjaer’s position.
He told the media, “In general I have sympathy for all managers, it is a difficult job.
“I have more experience than Ole and I can say to him that when things are not good there is only one responsible and that is the manager.”
The Toffees boss added, “Every manger is under pressure and I can say the pressure we have is a privilege so we have to be good to analyse ourselves but with a good mind.
“It’s not as much pressure as is on someone who has to get up at 4 am for work.”
Ancelotti is no stranger to pressure himself, as he stated, having been fired from his role as manager at both Chelsea and Real Madrid.
But thankfully, United won 3-1 on Saturday.