Former Manchester United striker Dwight Yorke has urged Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to rile up his gamers after their 6-1 defeat to Tottenham Hotspur.
United have been closely overwhelmed on an embarrassing afternoon at Outdated Trafford which has seen them come below heavy criticism.
It leaves Solskjaer’s aspect with one win from their opening three Premier League video games however the method of all three performances are trigger for concern.
The United boss admitted after the sport the heavy humbling was “the worst day I’ve had as Manchester United supervisor,” with a raft of social media apologies forthcoming from gamers within the aftermath.
After a poor begin to the season, Solskjaer’s treble-winning teammate Yorke has referred to as on the United boss to take ship some house truths within the dressing room bemoaning a scarcity of leaders throughout the group.
“The supervisor has to imagine he can inject that power. It regarded a bit lacklustre,” Yorke instructed talkSPORT.
“We want some leaders. We want winners on the soccer pitch.
“Till we get that on a constant foundation, we appear to take one step forwards and two steps again in the meanwhile. We have to discover a strategy to be constant.
“I’m unsure he’s going to get them by the scruff of the neck. He’s not a Roy Keane by any means.
“He has a unique model of administration however I anticipate him at the very least to be having some stern phrases.
“He [Solskjaer] has to deal with the gamers in no unsure methods and get individuals to be pulling their weight within the group. I’m certain there will likely be some harsh phrases stated.
“We haven’t seen this aspect of Ole however I’m certain he’s received that ruthlessness inside him as nicely.”
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