Report reveals what Manchester United players think about Solskjaer’s coaching staff

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A report has claimed that some senior Manchester United players do not seem too impressed with the quality of some of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s staff.

According to The Athletic, several senior Manchester United players feel the current set of coaches aren’t good enough to manage a top side like Manchester United.

Of all the coaches assisting Solskjaer, United players reportedly appreciate only club legend Michael Carrick.

The report claims that United players believe they need coaches with ‘greater elite experience’, as a number of players do not seem convinced with Kieran McKenna.

Before now, McKenna had only worked with the Tottenham youth team, and the United players do not seem too impressed with his capabilities.

Meanwhile, Solskjaer’s playing style has been slammed by Netherlands assistant manager Danny Blind.

He said: “What is the identity of this Manchester United team? What is his plan? It is exactly that what is missing with Solskjaer.

“There is not a tactical plan. His team are not able to put pressure on their opponents like Manchester City. It does not always have to be full pressing but we don’t see any of it – everything in the United team is based on the individual qualities of players.

“They have those qualities and it often gets a result for the team. But it is never a team result. It has not been looking good in a number of matches. United struggle to be ­dominant – that is the whole problem.”

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