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Ian Wright blames Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for Manchester United’s 5-0 win against Liverpool

Ian Wright blames Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for Man United’s 5-0 loss to rivals Liverpool, saying his players “ didn’t seem like they knew what they were doing. ”

  • Ian Wright believes Liverpool are ‘a million miles’ ahead of Manchester United
  • He says this is due to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s inability to coach his players.
  • Blames Solskjaer for not bringing out the best in Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw
  • Wright also praised Liverpool for their ability to adapt without some key players.


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Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright believes Liverpool are ‘a million miles’ ahead of Manchester United due to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s inability to coach his players.

The Devils suffered an embarrassing 5-0 loss to Jurgen Klopp’s men at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon, placing them seventh in the Premier League table.

Wright says Manchester United players “don’t seem to know what they’re doing” on the pitch and blames Solskjaer for not bringing out the best in Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw.

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright (above) believes Liverpool are 'a million miles' ahead of Manchester United due to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's inability to coach his players.

Former Arsenal striker Ian Wright (above) believes Liverpool are ‘a million miles’ ahead of Manchester United due to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s inability to coach his players.

The Devils suffered an embarrassing 5-0 loss to Jurgen Klopp's men at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon (above), placing them seventh in the Premier League table.

The Devils suffered an embarrassing 5-0 loss to Jurgen Klopp's men at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon (above), placing them seventh in the Premier League table.

The Devils suffered an embarrassing 5-0 loss to Jurgen Klopp’s men at Old Trafford on Sunday afternoon (above), placing them seventh in the Premier League table.

Speaking in Match of day 2Said Wright: ‘This game was touted as one of the greatest in the world and rightly so because of the stature of the two clubs.

But Liverpool are a million miles ahead of Manchester United today. I think that comes down to the way they are trained if I’m totally honest.

It’s chalk and cheese. Can you hear Ole [Gunnar Solskjaer]You can hear Harry Maguire talk about blaming themselves, but the way they’re playing is all over the place.

Wright says United players “don’t seem to know what they’re doing” because Solskjaer (above) hasn’t taught them how to push and win the ball.

Wright praised Shaw (above) and Maguire for their form at Euro 2020

Wright praised Shaw (above) and Maguire for their form at Euro 2020

However, he believes they have since been left because of Solskjaer.

However, he believes that they have since been left because of Solskjaer.

Wright also blames Solskjaer for not bringing out the best in Harry Maguire and Luke Shaw.

He added: ‘It wouldn’t have mattered which midfield you put there today, because to me it doesn’t seem like they’re trained to push.

So it doesn’t matter if it’s Pogba or if it’s Fred or McTominay. If you are going to seat people and not go and close them to win the ball and play with rhythm people like Greenwood and Rashford, then you will make mistakes from Maguire and Shaw, who we saw have incredible euros.

‘They were playing better. They were more trained. At the moment, they don’t seem to know what they’re doing. ‘

Wright says it 'wouldn't have mattered' what midfield played against Liverpool as they don't know how to press and win the ball to launch a counterattack

Wright says it 'wouldn't have mattered' what midfield played against Liverpool as they don't know how to press and win the ball to launch a counterattack

Wright says it ‘wouldn’t have mattered’ what midfield played against Liverpool as they don’t know how to press and win the ball to launch a counterattack

Wright says United must be better to win the ball and play with players like Greenwood

Wright says United must be better to win the ball and play with players like Greenwood

Wright says United must be better to win the ball and play with players like Greenwood

Wright also credited Liverpool for their performance and praised their ability to adapt without some of their key players.

The television expert believes that they were able to do it thanks to the philosophy of the team. He said: ‘Everybody knows what they’re doing on that team, so when people come out or people come in, nothing changes.

‘We know what Liverpool are going to do. They’re going to close from the front and then from behind, Henderson and Keita are going to come in. ‘

Wright also praised Liverpool (above) for their ability to adapt without some key players.

Wright also praised Liverpool (above) for their ability to adapt without some key players.

Wright also praised Liverpool (above) for their ability to adapt without some key players.

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