Former United Player Paul Scholes is really not hapy about the performance after a woeful display today at old Trafford against Southampton. He question the authority for not showing much attention the coaching Department of the club and suggest a very good options for the reds.
Paul Scholes, the club legend star, has supported Southampton manager Ralph Hasenhuttl to be the club’s next manager.
Scholes, who wants Hasenhuttl to take over at Man United, feels the 54-year-old Austrian would be a ‘wonderful match’ at the club.
Hasenhuttl has not been mentioned as a possible next Manchester United manager, with Mauricio Pochetino of Paris Saint-Germain and Erik ten Hag of Ajax being more probable options, although Scholes can understand Hasenhuttl’s attraction.
Following the resignation of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer last year, Man United hired Ralf Rangnick as acting manager.
Paul Scholes tells Manchester United the best coach to manager the club
I’ve always admired him [Ralph Hasenhuttl], and I’ve always believed the game he plays at Southampton, despite not having the strongest team, has worked for them. His sides have been entertaining to watch, and he has a great personality,” Scholes told BT Sport.
“This would be a unique type of pressure.” Fans of this club are more likely to think of Pochettino or Antonio Conte, who have managed at larger teams, but the more I think about it, I don’t believe it would be a horrible idea. The way he conducts himself appears to be admirable.”
“At a club where he would be expected to win things, he hasn’t really worked with the top players yet.”
“Perhaps the mindset of striving to win things right away has shifted a little bit, and now is a good time for a reset and rebuild, with younger players needed.”
“Because we [Manchester United] are so far behind Liverpool and Man City, it could be a fantastic opportunity for him to attempt to grow and stamp his mark on things.” I believe he’d be a wonderful match for a youthful, fresh squad.”
Meanwhile, Manchester United drew 1-1 with Southampton at Old Trafford in a Premier League match on Saturday.