Paul Scholes On Carrick, McKenna and Phelan: 'They All Should Have Gone'
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Paul Scholes pulled no punches in his assessment of Michael Carrick taking temporary charge of Manchester United, saying they all should have been sacked following the dismissal Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
Carrick takes charge of his first game as Man United caretaker boss following the sacking of Solskjaer.
Evening, Michael! :wave:#MUFC ' #UCL pic.twitter.com/ZikL0ZKZJI- Manchester United (@ManUtd) November 23, 2021
He's managing the team in the Champions League against Villarreal, with Scholes slamming the fact that he is still at the club.
The Man United legend took aim at Carrick as well as Kieran McKenna and Mike Phelan, who were all under staff during Solskjaer's reign.
On BT Sport, he said: "I would be embarrassed being on the staff now, they all should have gone, sacked or gone off their own back.
"They have let the club down as much as Ole has."
"I'd be almost embarrassed being on the staff now, I think they all should have gone."
"Ole trusted them each week, they've let the club down just as much."
No holding back from Paul Scholes on Solskjaer's staff remaining in charge of Man Utd.#UCL pic.twitter.com/g2M6wHcSmv
- Football on BT Sport (@btsportfootball) November 23, 2021
Carrick, McKenna and Phelan will be in charge until the club appoint an interim manager, unless they can get No.1 managerial target Mauricio Pochettino.
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