Dad of ex-Man Utd star piles pressure on Solskjaer for "no plan or identity"

Holland's assistant manager Danny Blind, who is the father of former Manchester United star Daley Blind, has piled more pressure on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

Daley Blind spent four years at the Red Devils before he moved back to Ajax in 2018.

The Norwegian has come under fire for United's recent performances, and the Red Devils have only won one of their last three Premier League games.

And Blind, who is working under former United gaffer Louis Van Gaal, has questioned Solskjaer's approach.

The Dutchman ripped into Solskajer, claiming that his Red Devils side lack identity and are far too passive.

"What is the identity of this team? What is his plan?" Blind questioned via the Daily Mail.

"It is exactly that what is missing with Solskjaer.

"There is not a tactical plan. His team are not able to put pressure on their opponents like Manchester City.

"It does not always have to be full pressing, but we don't see any of it – everything in the United team is based on the individual qualities of players.

"They have those qualities and it often gets a result for the team. But it is never a team result. It has not been looking good in a number of matches. United struggle to be ­dominant – that is the whole problem."

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Danny Blind is considered a legend in his native Netherlands.

Blind came through the Sparta Rotterdam Academy in the late 1970s, but he made his name at Ajax, where he won every UEFA competition.

The Dutchman was part of Ajax's famed 1995 Champions League success alongside Edwin Van de Sar, Marc Overmars, and Clarence Seedorf.

Blind was at the helm of the Netherlands between 2015 and 2017, but he was sacked failing to reach the 2018 World Cup.

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