Ole Gunnar Solskjaer gave his pre-match press conference before Manchester United’s visit to the London Stadium to face the Hammers.
Solskjaer said he hadn’t sat down and had discussions with David Moyes about Manchester United adding that being at the biggest club in the world is a different animal to anything else but. He admitted he had other discussions with Moyes and that he really admires David and the way West Ham perform and the results he is getting shows his qualities.
Moyes said the biggest compliment he could give Ole is he is managing the biggest club in the world. ‘That in itself tells you there are people who think he’s doing a great job’
“I have to say when you are at these clubs what is important is that you win. I didn’t win enough games in my time. There were different circumstances, it was a bit of a transitional time. Ole understands better than me, he’s been a player there and manager there, I think at the big clubs sometimes it can be difficult, you’re under pressure, the media is always looking at you, judging your performance. But Ole wouldn’t want me to feel sorry for him, not at all. And he knows I’m going to do everything I can to beat him on Saturday”
David Moyes personally recommended by Sir Alex Ferguson as his successor managed Manchester United between 2013-14 and was in charge for 34 matches with 17 wins 6 draws and 11 Losses: 11. A Win percentage of 50.0 per cent before he got the sack.