Former Manchester United defender, John O’Kane, has slammed manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, ahead of the Red Devils’ Premier League clash with Leicester City on October 16.
O’Kane, who spent five years at Man United between 1993 and 1998, said Solskjaer is out of depth at Old Trafford, adding that he and his coaching staff, Mike Phelan, Kieran McKenna and Michael Carrick are not good enough to manage the club.
He feels Solskjaer must deliver trophies this season because he was brought in to appease the fans.
“We know Ole was brought in to appease the fans, because it was toxic under Jose Mourinho,” O’Kane told the Mirror.
“Ole has come in and he is a lovely guy – but he’s not the manager for United. He is out of his depth.
“Look at the coaching staff he’s got there – they are just not good enough.
“Mike Phelan is a top bloke, one of the nicest blokes I have met in football, but look where he’s come from.
“Kieran McKenna, a former Under-18s coach, Michael Carrick – they are all learning on the job and this is the biggest club in the world.”