The Scottish technical director was fired from the Red Devils in 2014 after a poor start to the session, something that also happened to the Norwegian, although with another development.
In 2014, shortly after taking command of the team, David Moyes, who had been designated as “the chosen one”, was fired from Manchester United for a bad start. For the Scottish coach, a Solskjaer The same thing happened to him, although he ran with a different fate.
Regarding this, current coach West Ham said at a press conference: “Ole (Solskjaer) had a difficult start, but the difference between Ole and me is that he is being given the time that I did not have.”
Continuing with references to his Norwegian colleague, the Briton added: “Bring players from the inferiors, which Manchester United always defended. Now they have some really exciting young players.”
Lastly, Moyes closed: “It is a wonderful club and a brilliant place to be, and the largest club in the world for me. It is always a special place to go and I am looking forward to returning.”
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