A former England international Jermaine Jenas has blasted the Man United for hiring former player Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as he claims that their decision was an emotional one.
The former Red Devils forward was asked to join the club on an interim basis in December after former manager Jose Mourinho was sacked for failing to win games and losing control of the dressing room.
The whole situation changed as soon as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took over as he returned the club to winning ways and also ensured they played fine football which brought a remembrance of the era of legendary manager Alex Ferguson.
When he first took over, the Red Devils won 10 out of 11 games but that has now changed as they have lost 5 out of their last seven games across all competitions since he was handed the job on a permanent deal.
The former England international stated that the decision to make the job permanent for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was a wrong one because it was made out of emotions.
Meanwhile, he argued that Reds Devils team have struggled to replicate Alex Ferguson and it is high time to get away with that style for a new Man United.