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Why Solskjaer Said He Does Not Regret Not Starting Ronaldo Against Everton

Solskjaer said in his statement after the Everton game that he does not regret not starting Ronaldo and it was a right decision. These are the two reasons why Solskjaer made such a statement.

1. He is trying to manage Ronaldo's playing time: He is 36 years old and he cannot play all the games of the season. He came into the game in the second half but failed to make a single shot on target as he was dispossessed. However, Ronaldo is fit and wants to play all the games and help the club win a tangible trophy this season. Manchester United has only gained 1 point in two games at Old Trafford, and this looks bad for them. Ronaldo might be regretting why he joined a club like this. He wants to win all games.

2. He doesn't want Ronaldo to get injured: Over the years, he has suffered from a knee injury, and the manager needs to be careful because he is the most influential player in the squad, Ronaldo has scored 5 goals since he returned to the club. He saved Manchester United against Villarreal by scoring a winner in the 95th minute. Solskjaer has blamed Manchester United's draw on mistakes committed by his players.

The club has conceded a lot of goals this season and the struggle against smaller teams should be looked into. This October might be a title decider for the club as they will face Liverpool, who have been in good form. The manager needs to start Ronaldo in the next game, try and play a 4-4-2 formation to see what will be the outcome. Ronaldo left the pitch in anger. That must have sent a good message to the owner of the club.

The Glazers might surprise the fans by sacking Ole and bringing another manager to the club. Manchester United does not look like a team that can win any silverware this season, but they have one of the best squads in Europe.

 

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