Former Manchester United boss David Moyes has taken a good old swipe at current United boss, Olé Gunnar Solskjaer, and the work he’s doing at the club.
Solskjaer has spent two years at Old Trafford, and within that period, has turned the club into a title-contender so far this season.
Meanwhile, Moyes, who was once in charge at Old Trafford, was only allowed on the job for about ten months.
When asked recently to share his verdict on the amount of progress he’s seen Man United make under Solskjaer, Moyes admitted there’s been some difference about the way we play, but didn’t fail to point out that it’s been possible only because his successor has been afforded more time on the job.
In his own words, “Given the time that he’s been given, he’s started to mould together a really young, exciting team.
“They’ve had a couple of really good players come through their academy and brought in a couple of players to help their team also. I think they’re building a nice team and the time Ole’s been given to do that has helped.”
Do you think Moyes would have done well if he was given time like Solskjaer?