Former Bafana Bafana coach, Carlos Queiroz, has criticised former Manchester United manager, David Moyes, and current boss, Louis Van Gaal during the clubs 'transition period.
Quieroz was Sir Alex Ferguson's assistant at United between 2002 and 2008, before he left to pursuit other coaching opportunities.
However, since Ferguson's retired, the Iran boss feels that both Moyes and Van Gaal have made mistakes during this two-yearperiod.
"The foundation of Manchester United's success was based always on trust, confidence, continuity - the values of the club. I think there have been too many changes that disrupted the continuity and tradition of the club," Quieroz told the Guardian.
"Okay, I understand that after Alex, the complexity of the transition was not an easy task.
"I have great admiration and respect for Louis (Van Gaal) and David (Moyes), they are great coaches that I admire but I think they made some critical and crucial mistakes in the transition from Alex."
The former Bafana manager also believes there are no "star players" in the side, and also spoke on Angel Di Maria issue.
"We also want to see the players shining. Great players like George Best, Scholes, Giggs, Roy Keane, Ruud van Nistlerooy - where are they? Where are the stars of Manchester United?," he added.
"It was always about creating players. Now, it is the opposite, we see some of the best players going down and even some of the players that arrived in the team like (Radamel) Falcao and (Angel) di Maria were on the bench.
"I saw di Maria and some games, he looked like he has never played football. There is panic buying.
"You have to prepare and then make the decisions together.
"You can still make wrong decisions but we never made panic decisions when buying players."
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