Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he is unaffected by accusations that the club has to change managers in order to win the major trophies.
Solskjaer, 48, was replying to former Liverpool defender Jamie Carragher’s Sky Sports comments that United needed a new manager to compete for titles.
“It doesn’t affect me,” Solskjaer said. “I believe in myself, as long as the club believes in me. I am pretty sure Jamie Carragher’s opinion is not going to change that.”
After a 4-2 defeat at Leicester City on Saturday, Solskjaer has come under increasing pressure. His team is currently fifth in the Premier League table.
The Norwegian continued, ” “I have my own set of ideals and management style. You can see some of the remarks, but we have Liverpool on Sunday, and Jamie is paying attention to the small details.”
United have now lost four of their past seven games in all competitions, with two wins, one draw, and four defeats under Brendan Rodgers.
Source: BBC Sport