Former Manchester United striker, Michael Owen, has urged supervisor, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to eliminate midfielder, Fred, after his sending off within the Crimson Devils’ Champions League 3-1 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.
Fred was booked for pushing his head in the direction of PSG star, Leandro Paredes, within the first half earlier than he was despatched off for a foul on Ander Herrera within the second half of the encounter.
Owen needs Solskjaer to not characteristic Fred in his workforce once more, including that what the Brazilian did was pathetic.
“Errors throughout actually,” Owen instructed BT Sport forward of Man United’s Premier League conflict with West Ham on Saturday.
“It [the clash with Paredes] was a pink card. You’re a grown man, you do not want to do a petulant factor like that to place your workforce in danger.
“If I used to be a supervisor, and certainly one of my gamers did that, he would by no means play for me once more. It’s pathetic.
“Total, you’ve responsible Fred but additionally Solskjaer. The supervisor has to guard him and the workforce in that scenario, so they’re each responsible.”