Manchester United manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer says he won’t join words with Jose Mourinho despite calling for his sack after the team’s 2-0 loss against West Ham in Sunday’s Premier League.
Mourinho on Sunday on Skysports, criticised Solskjaer for lacking the technical depth to handle the Man United job.
However, the former United player stated that Mourinho has the right to his opinion and would focus on changing the team’s fortune.
“I think he’s got a right to his opinion,” Solskjaer told a news conference when asked about Mourinho’s comments.
“We lost here last year, it’s always a difficult ground to go to and we hoped to do better than we did. We hope for better.
“But the key moments they grasped and we didn’t. I have to say, two fantastic finishes from two left feet. We just didn’t take the chances when we had them.
“Of course, when you lose a game you’re disappointed. It’s a game that can go both ways, as you expect away from home in the Premier League.
“It’s a good group to work with, they’re determined. Sometimes along the road you hit some bumps, some highs and lows, this group is determined and they have desire. It’s a good atmosphere in the dressing room and they’ve got their focus right.”