Published:5 November 2020
After former captain Roy Keane described the current group as "nowhere near good enough", Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says that he is pleased with the choices available for every position in his squad.
Roy Keane, who led Manchester United for over 8 years, said after Man United lost 1-0 at home to Arsenal, "Ole will lose his job working with these players - that 's what 's going to happen."
Man United has now suffered defeats in three of its first six EPL games, and sits 15th in the points table, but Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said he has ample quality to turn things around.
Ahead of the Champions League game in Istanbul Basaksehir on Wednesday, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer told the media that Roy Keane was always outspoken, and he is very happy that he has the players with them there.
He mentioned that they have different jobs. The role of Roy Keane is to give his opinion, and he always listens to Roy, but with a fantastic group of players, a great group of players, they're moving on there.
He added, “I'm sure we'll see a response.”