Former Premier League manager Sam Allardyce has offered advice to Manchester United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer amid the club’s struggles this season.
Manchester United have lost four of our last six Premier League games, including a 5-0 defeat to Liverpool and 2-0 defeat to Manchester City.
“You just have to look at his [Ole’s] hair. Ole can only get through it with his staff and then by putting the players on the right track,” Allardyce said as quoted by The Sun.
“Your staff need to be right on top of their game. We get all the criticism and all the praise as managers, but if you haven’t got the right staff… the success I had, I couldn’t have done it without my staff.
“I can’t believe I’ve still not got a total silver fox. People think I dye mine, but I don’t. I should have been a silver fox about 10 years ago.”
Allardyce, who last managed West Bromwich Albion, continued: “My advice to Ole is I would shut everything down from the inside, which is almost an impossible task.
“But to focus internally and keep the outside influences away from everybody. Focus and really find a way out of it with your staff. Ole’s staff are never more important than they are now.
“Ole can only get through it with his staff and then by putting the players on the right track. You need your staff need to be right on top of their game.”