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Time For Ferguson To Share More Of His Managerial Ideas & Philosophy With Solskjaer

After failing to win either of their three matches this month, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could risk losing his job at Manchester United, as pressure mounts on him following their weekend's defeat to Liverpool. Liverpool humiliated Manchester United at home, as they scored 5 goals pass David De Gea in one of the most entertaining EPL’s week 9 fixtures (Manchester United are currently 14 points and have scored 16 goals and also conceded 15 this season).

With Manchester United’s current form, it could be difficult to see them finish the league in a top 5 place, as they could risk missing out on the UEFA Champions League or Europa League next season. However, one man who will forever be remembered by Manchester United’s faithful’s is, Alex Ferguson.

Widely regarded as the greatest football managers of all time, Ferguson managed Manchester United for close to 27 years, as he won 13 English Premier League titles, 5 FA Cup titles, 4 Football League Cups, 10 FA Community Shield, 2 UEFA Champions League: 2 runner up also, 1 European Cup, 1 European Super Cup, 1 Intercontinental Cup and 1 FIFA Club World Cup during his time at Old Trafford (Ferguson has won more trophies than any other manager in the history of football).

Managed a lot of big names, Ferguson was in charge during Ole Gunnar Solskjaer playing time at Manchester United. Ferguson’s regime, saw Solskjaer make 235 league appearance for Manchester United scoring 91 goals, as he wrote his name in Premier League history books. However, Solskjaer have failed to replicate half of his former manager’s success at Old Trafford as he is yet to win any trophy since he took charge (The closest he came was a Europa League final that he lost to Villarreal on penalty shootout).

At this point, Ferguson needs to speak to his former player and current Manchester United boss, as a possible meeting to turn things around for the Norwegian. Ferguson’s EPL success cannot be forgetting, so sharing his match tips and managerial philosophy to Solskjaer could make a huge difference, as Manchester United last won the League during Ferguson’s last season in charge of the club.

 

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