Solskjaer: Leadership in football has changed
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes that the concept of leadership within a football team has changed since the era in which he played alongside legendary Manchester United captain Roy Keane.
“I think you know as well that the world has changed,”pondered the Norwegian.
“So you don't have a Robbo, you don't have a Roy Keane, you don't have a Steve Bruce in our dressing room.
“We're all different and we have a squad full of talented players, and leadership is so many different things and they had it in one way.”
“I loved to play under Roy Keane anyway, he was a fantastic captain. Everyone here spoke about Robbo, of course,”remembered Solskjaer of the club’s longest-serving captain, who held the role from 1982 until his retirement in 1994.
“But we're all different now,”he continued.
“Society's different and we're all different in the way we lead. I don't lead in the same way as Sir Alex did. Van Gaal, Mourinho - we're all different leaders.”