Former Ireland and Crystal Palace player Damien Delaney ripped into Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after Manchester United’s two, one lost against Swiss side Young Boys on Tuesday evening.
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“It’s incredibly concerning… Manchester United are a team now stacked with world class players. They’re too good.
“But when you get to a certain level, you need a manager that is going to make critical decisions and make the correct decisions at the correct time, to get the team out of a hole.
“It was a paint splatter of decisions. When Wan-Bissaka got sent off, he didn’t look like he had a plan in place. When you go down to 10 men you need to soak up pressure, but you need to relieve that pressure. You need pace, legs and ball-carriers to get you up the pitch and counter-attack.”
Damien Delaney on Ole’s decisions against Young Boys. Well I can’t disagree with what he said.pic.twitter.com/OM2lMXvlBA
— 👁🗨 (@Gen_Schonky) September 16, 2021