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Jamie Carragher describes Man United’s handling of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s firing as ‘chaotic’

Jamie Carragher describes Manchester United’s handling of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s firing as ‘chaotic’ as they should have let him go sooner … and tells Gary Neville to ‘wake up’ by stating that Antonio Conte is not the right fit for the Red Devils

  • Manchester United continue to recover from the dismissal of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last weekend
  • The Norwegian was sacked on Sunday after a 4-1 loss to Watford
  • Jamie Carragher thinks Solskjaer should have been fired at the end of October
  • Carragher hit Gary Neville for saying Antonio Conte is not a fit for United


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Jamie Carragher has described Manchester United’s process of firing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as “chaotic” and “embarrassing”, as the Norwegian should have been fired before the international break in November.

The former Red Devils chief was ousted by United’s hierarchy on Sunday after a sad 4-1 loss to Watford the day before, which was the club’s fourth loss in five games.

Former Liverpool defender Carragher believes that the way United have handled the removal of Solskjaer is exactly the wrong way to deal with this scenario.

Jamie Carragher has described Manchester United's handling of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's firing as 'chaotic'

Jamie Carragher has described Manchester United’s handling of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s firing as ‘chaotic’

Solskjaer (right) was sacked as United manager on Sunday after a 4-1 loss to Watford.

Solskjaer (right) was sacked as United manager on Sunday after a 4-1 loss to Watford.

Solskjaer (right) was sacked as United manager on Sunday after a 4-1 loss to Watford.

Sky Sports expert said The Telegraph: ‘There is only one word to sum up Manchester United’s handling of the final months of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s reign: chaotic.

‘Anyone writing a manual on how to replace a football coach should find the current events at Old Trafford useful. Just watch how they’re doing and do the opposite. ‘

Carragher believes that Solskjaer should have been fired after United’s 5-0 loss at home to Liverpool on October 24, as it would have given the Red Devils hierarchy a chance to use the international break to find a replacement.

The Liverpool legend also seemed to strike out at his fellow Sky colleague Gary Neville for claiming that Antonio Conte, who joined Tottenham earlier this month, did not fit in well with the Red Devils.

Carragher hit rival Gary Neville (above) for claiming that Antonio Conte did not fit in well.

Carragher hit rival Gary Neville (above) for claiming that Antonio Conte did not fit in well.

Carragher hit rival Gary Neville (above) for claiming that Antonio Conte did not fit in well.

Conte has won league titles at Juventus, Chelsea and Inter Milan in five of his last seven seasons and Carragher expressed ‘bewilderment’ that the Italian manager was not the right fit for United.

“It was obvious after Liverpool defeated United in October that (Solskjaer’s) current position was untenable,” Carragher added. “There should have been polls for possible replacements so the international rift presents an opportunity to restart.

“It’s embarrassing that United couldn’t see that, while Tottenham Hotspur, Aston Villa and Norwich City (who all fired their coaches before the international break) could.

The Spurs were smart by moving a little earlier for standout Antonio Conte. We will never know if Conte might have been tempted by United instead, if they had shown any interest.

Liverpool icon Carragher also believes that United's board, led by Ed Woodward (above), should have fired Solskjaer in October.

Liverpool icon Carragher also believes that United's board, led by Ed Woodward (above), should have fired Solskjaer in October.

Liverpool icon Carragher also believes that United’s board, led by Ed Woodward (above), should have fired Solskjaer in October.

Some say Conte did not fit in well with United. Talk to those who are at the highest level of soccer and you will feel a general bewilderment.

‘What exactly do United want? Are you naive enough to believe that there is another Sir Alex Ferguson, who will run the club in his image for the next 25 years? Wake up! The world of football has changed. Those managers no longer exist. ‘

In its statement announcing the firing of Solskjaer on Sunday, United revealed that Michael Carrick will temporarily take over the team while the club seeks a replacement until the end of the season.

Neville believes Spurs boss Conte (above) would not match Manchester United's ideology

Neville believes Spurs boss Conte (above) would not match Manchester United's ideology

Neville believes Spurs boss Conte (above) would not match Manchester United’s ideology

His fellow Sky Sports expert Neville claimed that Spurs coach Conte was not an option for United as he did not match the club’s ideology and that “Manchester City and Chelsea would never sign him (too)” .

“There will be people who say” Antonio Conte just went to Tottenham, “Neville said over the weekend.” He would never come to Manchester United.

“The Manchester United board was never going to name Antonio Conte, whether you agree with that or not.

“ I don’t think Antonio Conte would have been a suitable fit for Manchester United and I don’t think there is an absolutely perfect fit available at the moment so they have to temporarily bring someone in until someone is available who can carry the job forward. ” . made by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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