The former English footballer and manager Paul Ince has questioned about the approach of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer in recent days. According to Ince, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is only trying to copy the approach of Sir Alex Ferguson and it is not enough to manage a top class team like Manchester United nowadays.
Recently, in a renowned English newspaper, Paul Ince wrote that,
Ole needs to get over Sir Alex Ferguson – he’s the Man Utd manager now. We’ve tried this nice approach, the stuff about Ole giving the tea lady chocolates and trying to do what Sir Alex Ferguson has done,” Ince wrote for Paddy Power.
“That’s in the past now, we need to move forward from that. All of this ‘Ole legend’ stuff – yeah, he scored the winner in the 1999 Champions League final, we get that. But he’s not a legend – he’s the manager of Manchester United.
According to Paul Ince, the club management of the Red Devils have taken a quick decision to make him the permanent manager of the Red Devils. They should have waited till the end of the season. Manchester United are currently at the sixth position in the League Table and the chances of finishing at the top four are looking dim for the last few days. Paul Ince thinks that Mauricio Pochettino or Zinedine Zidane could have been the perfect choice to be the permanent manager of Manchester United in near future; but the club management have taken a wrong decision.