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Why Solskjaer Still Deserve His Job As The Manager Of Manchester United.

Manchester united Manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been receiving criticism from fans on social media and this has further increased after his side were beaten by Leicester City on Saturday.

With just four wins from the eight premier league matches the club has played this season, it is even understandable why the Red Devil fans are not satisfied with the results. Manchester united are currently at number sixth position on the league table and fans are beginning to wonder if Solskjaer is the right man that would take a team that has great players like Ronaldo, Sancho, Bruno Fernandez, Paul Pogba and many other talented players to the top of Premier league.

Despite all this backlash that Solskjaer is receiving from the fans of the club, some people still believe that he is the man for job, even Bruno Fernandez went on Instagram to defend his coach saying that, 

“We can only raise from this series of negative results by standing together and United".

Before Ole started managing the Manchester United team, the club has been going through some crises of its own and in just three years on the job he has shown great improvements. 

in his first season at the club, Man united finished in sixth position in the Premier League. In his second season his team finished in the third position. Man United improved with a second position finish last season.

If all these achievements are not enough, then reaching the Europa League final last season certainly deserves some credit, even if they were unable to defeat Villarreal.

Right now he may be going through some hard times at the club, but which club hasn't have a share of hard times? Even Liverpool went through some hurdles on the road before they finally won the Champions league and Premier league. Ole Gunner Solskjaer still deserve some time to work on Man united and gets some good results.

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