Wayne Rooney Rules Himself Out of ManU Coaching Role Following Ole Gunnar’s
Following the firing of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, Manchester United great Wayne Rooney has distanced himself from the vacant Old Trafford manager’s position.
United have begun looking for an interim manager to lead them until the conclusion of the season, when Solskjaer’s permanent replacement is expected to be named.
Michael Carrick, a former member of Solskjaer’s coaching staff, will serve as a caretaker for the remainder of the season.
‘Firstly, it’s always sad when a manager loses his job, especially a former team-mate of mine,’ Rooney told Sky Sports after his side’s 3-2 win over Bournemouth on Sunday afternoon.
‘I feel for Ole. In terms of myself, I’m committed to this club until I’m told otherwise.
‘I’m Derby County manager and I’ll keep working hard to get the best results on then pitch for this team.’
Source: Daily Mail