Former Liverpool striker, Peter Crouch has blamed the Manchester United board for permanently handling over the coaching role to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer so soon.
In what it can be called a bad run for the red devils, Ole's side have lost seven of their last nine matches.
Peter who is a columnist Sportsmail has reiterated that although Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had absolutely earned the opportunity to be given a permanent role but there shouldn't have been any pressure on United to make such decision so quick.
"Back on March 9, I questioned on these pages why there was a rush to appoint Ole Gunnar Solskjaer on a permanent deal. I didn't say he shouldn't be manager â€” he had absolutely earned the opportunity â€” but there was no pressure on United to do it", Crouch said.
"Things were ticking along nicely and they had just beaten Paris Saint-Germain. Since his position was formalised on March 28, they have only beaten Watford and West Ham, and the feel-good factor has gone", he continued.