Ole Gunnar Solskjær is no longer manager of Manchester United after a 4-1 loss to Watford. All the blame went to the manager, and the rest of the coaching staff remain at the club. Michael Carrick is officially the new caretaker for the English club despite only being an assistant manager since 2018. Paul Scholes speaks out about his former teammates remaining at Manchester United.
“I would be embarrassed being on the staff now, they (Carrick, McKenna, Phelan) all should have gone, sacked, or gone off their own back. They have let the club down as much as Ole has.”Paul Scholes
Manchester United is not playing to their best abilities. Paul Scholes thinks it’s time for a fresh start. Although Solskjær takes the blame, the coaching staff still influences managerial decisions. Michael Carrick is in charge of Manchester United until the club can find a replacement. He has plenty of experience working alongside legendary manager José Mourinho. But Paul Scholes is not in favor of Michael Carrick getting a free pass by remaining in the staff. To Paul Scholes, Michael Carrick is responsible as well as the other members of the coaching staff for the past performances of the squad.
“It is a fresh start, every game is a fresh start anyway and there is no hiding from the run we have been on. We have to embrace the challenge on a pivotal night in the Champions League. The boys are raring to go.”Michael Carrick
Manchester United is fighting for a spot in the Round of 16 in the Champions League. The club is also in eighth place in the Premier League table. Michael Carrick is under a lot of pressure considering the past several months have been very disappointing. But Carrick is not afraid of the challenge and thinks there’s a fresh start with the squad. It’ll be interesting to see whether or not Michael Carrick and his coaching staff can help change the soccer club for the better.