Rashford - When a manager has played there's more understanding
Marcus Rashford has aimed a dig former Manchester United boss Jose Mourinho, suggesting he’s not as ‘understanding’ as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
United have made a tepid start to the Premier League campaign, picking up five points from their first four games.
Although Solskjaer got off to a flying start after taking over from Mourinho, the Norwegian has seen performances decline over the past few months.
Mourinho’s in-fighting with players was one mooted reason for his eventual sacking at Old Trafford.
And when asked what makes Solskjaer a better coach than his predecessor, Rashford said: “Off the pitch Solskjaer he understands the players a bit more.
“Mourinho has his way of reading people.
" For me when a manager has played and lived that lifestyle, there might be more understanding."
When asked to delve into the duo’s methods, Rashford added: “For me it’s a plan, not just for a plan for this season.
“It’s not just a plan for the next game.
“It’s a plan for years.”