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Three Managers That Should Replace Ole Gunnar Solksjaer At Manchester United.

Manchester United fans are starting to call for the sack of Ole Gunnar Solksjaer, as they believe it has reached the point where he can no longer continue as the club's manager. The Norwegian needs to be replaced because he is fast destroying the winning culture of the club. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has now lost 11 league games at Old Trafford, which is ludicrous because Jose Mourinho and Luis Van Gaal lost 9 between them. Currently, Here are the managers in Europe, that has what it takes to replace the Norwegian at the club;

1, Zinedine Zidane: The former Real Madrid manager would be a perfect replacement for the Manchester United manager because of his winning mentality. All through his stay in Real Madrid, he won lots of trophies (both European and domestic), even in his worse season, he won the La Liga title. Also, he should understand how to coach Varane and Ronaldo better than Solksjaer, plus he has always shown interest in Paul Pogba. He is a serial winner and he should bring in titles for the Red Devils.

2, Erik Ten Hag: The 52 year-old Ajax manager, has the type of winning mentality Manchester United needs. Also, he will have just one year left on his contract by next season, which means he is free to try other challenges outside Netherlands. If Manchester United are able to get him and back him like they supported Ole Solksjaer, then they could become one of the biggest clubs in Europe.

3, Antonio Conte: The 52 year-old is a known serial winner, he kicked off Juventus' dominance in Serie A, he also won titles in Chelsea and Inter Milan. He is the type of manager Manchester United needs, because will make them very dominant. Also, he knows how to create good relationship with his players, motivate them and bring out the right results from them.

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