Ex-Manchester United star Peter Schemeichel has stated one mistake that could be committed at Old Trafford this season.
According to the former United goalkeeper, Manchester United sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will be something that will cost the club in the Premier League title race this season and return previous problems to the club.
Schemeichel says Manchester United should not rash to make appointment for new manager as they will end up bringing another Jose Mourinho or Luis van Gaal. Schemeichel has been backing Ole Gunnar Solskjaer rubbishing protests to sack the Norwegian.
Last week, Schemeichel questioned Manchester United fans who are calling for Solskjaer sack revealing that the Norwegian needs time to get the results the club wants. He has full confidence in Ole to bring a silverware home this season.
Manchester United are two points behind Chelsea who are occupying the top spot in the Premier League table. Ours is to wait and see what could happen in the coming fixtures.
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