Former Manchester United star and Sky Sports pundit Gary Neville hard work for United starts now.
“There was an immediate bounce and impact from Ole, however it was Cardiff and we need to see if they can do it over six months. If they can do that then they will get the opportunity to play for the club next season. If they do it over six games and then drop back they won’t play for the club next season,” said Neville.
“The most important thing for Manchester United is sailing the ship into shore calmly, with some people needing to disembark and not come back, and some needing to come on and sail out to seas in the future. That’s the nature of the next six months.
“The hard work starts now for United. Anybody who thinks sacking Jose Mourinho is the answer, it is not, the hard work starts now and I am sure the people in the club are wise enough and knowledgeable to know that.”
“You can see Manchester United have made an appointment to create a happy ship and make sure someone who came in had respect through the whole club and knew the whole club and could connect the club,” he said.
It is now time to wait and see till Boxing day when United take on Huddersfield.
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