GARY NEVILLE has torn into Manchester United as he claimed they have no plan in place after sacking boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
The fed-up United legend questioned why the club hadn’t lined-up a full-time replacement for the Norwegian, who was axed following the 4-1 defeat by Watford.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been under pressure for weeks[/caption]
Assistant Michael Carrick has been appointed caretaker and United officials say they’re searching for an interim manager to take them to the end of the season.
But Neville accused the club of making it up as they go along after a string of shocking results leaves them seventh in the Premier League.
He told Sky Sports News: “They don’t have a plan for the next manager at this moment in time.
“They wouldn’t be announcing they’re appointing an interim manager until the end of the season or that Michael Carrick would be coming in now.
“We’ve seen managers lose their jobs in the last few weeks – Nuno (Espirito Santo at Tottenham) and Dean Smith at Aston Villa – where there have been plans in place and ready-made replacements coming in.
“Manchester United haven’t got that plan. This is the third time in the last eight years a manager has been given a long-term contract or extension and lost their job within a few months.
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“The planning hasn’t been great. I don’t want to stick the knife into the club’s owners but you have to ask serious questions.
“I’ve had enough of it to be honest with you. I’ve spoken too much about it over the past few years.
“I think the club is run on the business side ok, but culturally and in football decision-making, it leaves a lot to be desired.
“The reality of it is they’ve been caught out again. They’ve not known what to do, they’ve been indecisive.”
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