David Moyes, sacked in April 2014 by Manchester United, told Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to immediately change the results.
In the aftermath of back-to-back losses to Arsenal and Istanbul Basaksehir, criticism of Solskjaer has been building.
The West Ham boss knows all too well that the heat on Solskjaer will continue to build if United doesn’t start winning games.
“All managers are under pressure,” he said on Friday according to Goal.
“At Manchester United, there is more pressure than any club in the world. It comes with the job.”
“We know what happens if you don’t win enough games.”
Eight months after replacing Alex Ferguson in 2013, Moyes was sacked, with his last match a 2-0 loss at Everton, the United team facing next Saturday at Goodison Park.