Manchester United has appointed Michael Carrick as interim coach after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has left.
— Fabrizio Romano (@FabrizioRomano) November 22, 2021
Premier League giants have been associated with Erik Ten Hag, Mauricio Pochettino, Zinedine Zidane, Brendan Rodgers and others in recent weeks.
according to AthleticSteve Bruce, a former Manchester United captain, is very keen to take on the role of interim manager and believes he can rally the dressing room and bring the coveted stability. increase.
Bruce was recently fired after being acquired by Newcastle United, and the 60-year-old boy is currently unemployed.
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— ESPN UK (@ESPNUK) November 22, 2021
Former Newcastle coaches are familiar with the club and are undoubtedly far more experienced than Carrick. However, Manchester United fans can be disappointed with his appointment given his overwhelming spells in Newcastle.
While at St. James Park, Bruce lost the trust of Newcastle’s fan base and was severely criticized for his negative style of football.
At clubs like Manchester United, expectations are much higher and there is no evidence that Bruce will succeed at Old Trafford.
Red Devils is a veteran winner and needs someone to lead the respect of the dressing room. In addition, Manchester United are expected to play offensive brands of football, and Bruce’s reaction philosophy may not be well communicated to fans and players.
The Manchester United hierarchy should consider bringing in a proven manager to replace Solskuger. Even Carrick’s appointment can be labeled as gambling, and it will be interesting to see how things work in the coming weeks.
Things like Pochettino, Zidane, Rogers and Tenhug are certainly far more proven and safer options.
– Soccer Sports
Manchester United links with former Newcastle coach
https://sportslens.com/news/manchester-united-manager-steve-bruce/?utm_source=rss&utm_medium=rss&utm_campaign=manchester-united-manager-steve-bruce Manchester United links with former Newcastle coach