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Just In: Senior Manchester United Players Accuse Solskjaer's Coaching Of Not Being Elite

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his coaching staff are facing a challenging period of time as the results are not going as planned as well as their tactics are not helping the team move in the right direction.

This has got Ole Gunnar Solskjaer under intense pressure of getting sacked, but the Manchester United hierarchy still have faith in his abilities as a top coach.

However, according to reliable Manchester United journalist Samuel Luckhurst, several Manchester United senior players are accusing McKenna and Michael Carrick of not being elite coaches who will help them improve.

The reports claim that the players feel like their training regime is usually below par as they run a lot, a complain similar to the previous one launched a few months ago.

"Training sessions are mostly run by McKenna and Carrick - sources close to several senior players have said they feel training could be led by coaches with greater elite experience. It has been told that McKenna's approach can be schoolmasterly at times." The reports stated.

This worry concern will make the Manchester United dressing room divided as they want the club to improve because of the quality players in the club.

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