Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he disagrees with Roy Keane’s recent criticism, after the former Manchester United captain described the current squad as “nowhere near good enough”.
Speaking after United’s 1-0 defeat to Arsenal on Sunday, Keane said: “Ole will lose his job working with these players – that’s what is going to happen.”
United have now lost three of their opening six games in the Premier League but Solskjaer insists he has full faith in his squad to turn things around.
“Roy has always been outspoken. I’m very glad that I’ve got the players that I have here with us,” said Solskjaer, speaking ahead of Wednesday’s match away to Istanbul Basaksehir in the Champions League.
“We’ve got different jobs. Roy’s job is to give his opinion. I always listen to Roy but we move on here with a great group of players, a strong group of players.
“I’m sure we’ll see a response.”
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