Solskjaer spent more than a decade under one manager during his playing days at Old Trafford but the former striker is the fifth man to take the hot seat in the five-and-a-half years since the Scot retired.
"It's really bad news, he's a friend", Silva said.
"I'm that old that I'm not on Twitter or Facebook - maybe Facebook is old now - but that's just common sense for me, what I've spoken to them about. He will come back even stronger than he was at Manchester United and be ready to win again".
Mourinho's dismissal has prompted suggestions the power at the club now lies with the players but Solskjaer was quick to remind the squad who is No. 1.
Alexis Sanchez could be in hot water over reports he bet that Mourinho would be sacked with Marcos Rojo, while the Daily Star claim four unnamed United stars threatened to leave if the Portuguese remained at the club.
"Shame on some of those players".
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While Sanchez will have no involvement away at Cardiff, back-to-back home games against Huddersfield on Wednesday and then Bournemouth on Saturday give the Chilean the chance to get some minutes under Solskjaer. You can't say a word to them. I made a few mistakes, but If you don't make mistakes, you're not going to learn.
"He continued: "'I suppose you could say I'm a bit old school.
While Pogba's new manager dismisses the argument that the balance of power in football clubs has shifted to the players, he has reminded the Frenchman, and others, about their responsibilities with regards to social media.
"I was very lucky with the dressing rooms that I was in, where there were good men, good leaders, good characters". Football has evolved. Of course, and the gaffer (Sir Alex Ferguson) was in charge of more or less the whole club. He picks the team, he picks the tactics, the strategy, the philosophy is in these walls.
Ex-United forward Dion Dublin added to Lawrenson's point, saying: "It's about getting the players to smile again and enjoy your job - just enjoy your job!"
Speaking to BBC Radio 5 live, Keane said: "I do think the players obviously get away with murder".