Liverpool legend Jamie Carragher has taken a swipe at Sir Alex Ferguson over the squad he left sacked Manchester United manager David Moyes.

Carragher wrote in the Daily Mail: "...what happens if the next manager doesn't have success?

"This isn't going to be a quick fix. I remember Ferguson speaking about the handover from Kenny Dalglish to Graeme Souness at Liverpool in 1991, singling out the signings of David Speedie and Jimmy Carter and saying the squad was too old. He felt that was a reason Liverpool fell away and he was determined that would not happen to his club.

"But look at the signing of Wilfried Zaha, who is currently unable to get a game for Cardiff, and the difficulties United have had replacing Rio Ferdinand, Nemanja Vidic and Patrice Evra."

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