Cardiff City boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer feels he's paying for the mistakes of Malky Mackay.
Mackay's spending was slammed by Cardiff chief Peter Lim this week.
â€śIt is early doors for me and itâ€™s encouraging that the club is happy with what I have done,â€ť said Solskjaer.
â€śWhat happened in the past is not for me, but it guides what resources they give me and what remit I have.
â€śI brought in players to take us forward. It was different in the summer, they had more money as they had just come up. Now, it is not like that.â€ť
Solskjaer was keen to distance himself from the clubâ€™s statement labelling Mackayâ€™s spending as â€ścareless and imprudentâ€ť.
He added: â€śThis is something that happened before my time and I cannot put myself in anyone elseâ€™s shoes and say how I feel about what happened before.
â€śWe are in the Premier League and that is for many reasons - including the previous management and the ownerâ€™s money.
â€śTogether they have made progress and made the club successful.â€ť
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