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Gary Neville and Graeme Souness clash over whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should change coaching staff

Gary Neville clashes with Jamie Carragher and Graeme Souness on whether Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should change his coaching staff … with the former Man United defender insisting firing them is ‘the last thing he would do’


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Gary Neville insisted Manchester United should not fire Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his coaching staff after Sunday’s humiliating 5-0 loss to Liverpool at Old Trafford.

Speaking on Sky Sports after United were dismantled by arch rivals, Graeme Souness and Jamie Carragher stopped short of calling for the Norwegian to lose his job, but insisted that he should surround himself with better coaches.

“The manager might need help, he’s talking about great staff, what I’m seeing is the manager needs different people to make sense of what he’s not seeing,” Souness said.

Gary Neville insisted Manchester United should not fire Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Gary Neville insisted Manchester United should not fire Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

“Sometimes they fell, sometimes it was in the middle, you are playing against one of the best teams in football.”

Carragher echoed the Scotsman’s thoughts, suggesting that Solskjaer’s job was made all the more difficult by the fact that he lacks the kind of elite coaching staff that was available to some of his rivals.

“Manchester United should have the best coaches in the world,” he said.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the manager, you need someone like Carlos Quieroz as an assistant.

Solskjaer looked dejected as his team sent in five goals against Liverpool on Sunday.

Solskjaer looked dejected as his team sent in five goals against Liverpool on Sunday.

Solskjaer looked dejected as his team sent in five goals against Liverpool on Sunday.

The Norwegian admitted that his team was 'on the ground' after a gloomy capitulation

The Norwegian admitted that his team was 'on the ground' after a gloomy capitulation

The Norwegian admitted that his team was ‘on the ground’ after a gloomy capitulation

Yeah, Mike Phelan came in, but I don’t think he’s the coach. Michael Carrick, Kieran McKenna, they had never trained before in their lives. They can’t all be there at the same time. You have to have someone who has been there and done it. ‘

Neville, however, urged his former club to resist calls for full changes and insisted that United’s main problems were on the field and not off it.

‘On the field, it is not good enough. I was a coach for four months and I had a really bad time and this will put enormous pressure on him, ” he said.

Mike Phelan (right) may not be what Solskjaer needs to be successful, Graeme Souness said.

Mike Phelan (right) may not be what Solskjaer needs to be successful, Graeme Souness said.

Mike Phelan (right) may not be what Solskjaer needs to be successful, Graeme Souness said.

Jamie Carragher suggested that Michael Carrick (left) had no experience at this level

Jamie Carragher suggested that Michael Carrick (left) had no experience at this level

Jamie Carragher suggested that Michael Carrick (left) had no experience at this level

‘The last thing he would do is light his cane? Are we laying off your staff? If dirt hits the fan, everyone kicks a bit. ”

United were totally abject on Sunday, conceding two goals in the first 13 minutes as Naby Keita and Diogo Jota gave Liverpool the perfect start.

Mohamed Salah scored two goals in seven minutes before halftime and Liverpool became the first team in Premier League history to score four goals in the opening 45 minutes at Old Trafford.

Mohamed Salah scored two goals in the first half and Liverpool went into halftime 4-0 up

Mohamed Salah scored two goals in the first half and Liverpool went into halftime 4-0 up

Mohamed Salah scored two goals in the first half and Liverpool went into halftime 4-0 up

The Egyptian became the first player to score a Premier League hat-trick at Old Trafford.

The Egyptian became the first player to score a Premier League hat-trick at Old Trafford.

The Egyptian became the first player to score a Premier League hat-trick at Old Trafford.

The loss put more pressure on Solskjaer, who admitted his team was “on the floor” after the game, and Souness suggested the Norwegian needed an expert hand to help him save his job.

“Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s résumé was the management of Molde and the management of Cardiff, and that is why he gets the most important position in world football,” he said.

That will tell you that he needs someone with him.

‘It’s been there for three years and it’s not working. It does not reach the players. Someone has to get the message across.

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