Is Fellaini right to criticise Man United?
Former Manchester United midfielder Marouane Fellaini has criticised the club for a lack of patience with their previous managers.
Fellaini joined United back in 2013, following David Moyes from Everton to Old Trafford.
The Belgian played 177 games for Manchester United before leaving for Shandong Luneng Taishan last year.
During his relatively short time at Old Trafford, Fellaini worked under four managers.
Those included Moyes, Louis Van Gaal, Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjær for a short time.
Now, with Solskjær under plenty of pressure, Fellaini has criticised the sacking culture at Man United recently.
‘That’s the problem, they have to find a solution together’
Speaking to the Mail, Fellaini criticised Man United for not giving their previous managers enough time.
He also suggested that’s the reason why Manchester United are currently struggling.
‘They brought in [David] Moyes, they didn’t give him time,’ Fellaini explained.
‘They brought in [Louis] Van Gaal, they gave him two years and we started to do some things, he won the cup, but after that they sacked the manager because they want to win quickly.
‘For me the club were too quick to sack Jose [Mourinho] because a manager like that comes and he needs a lot of players to do his own philosophy.
‘He wanted to build his team but after two years and a half they decided to sack him because the results were not there.
‘That’s the problem, they have to find a solution together. A manager like Van Gaal, tactically is very strong and a lot of experience and they sacked him.
‘They brought in one of the best managers in the world in Jose Mourinho, he wanted to build a team and they sacked him.
‘It’s not easy to build a team in that time, you need more than two years.’
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