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Why Manchester United Should Consider Sacking Ole Gunnar Solskjaer

Manchester United are yet to show their title credentials this season, as they have been inconsistent and would need to put in some fine performance and results to prove to their fans that they have what it takes to be crowned English Premier League Champions at the end of the 2021/2022 season. 

Manchester United dropped points against Aston Villa (Manchester United lost by a goal to nothing), Southampton (Manchester United drew the match 1-1) and Everton (Manchester United drew the match 1-1), as they are currently 3rd on the league table with majority of their fans thinking they would have won all the three matches above as they dominated and showed real threat.

Last season, Manchester United where unbeaten away from home in the league, as their summer additions were aimed at replicating their away success in home games this season. The likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane were recruited to give Manchester United a more balanced ground and opportunity when they faced lesser opponents in the league, but with their current display, it is quite difficult to tell if they can achieve their goals this season.

However, Ole Gunner Solskjaer is yet to prove he is the man to take Manchester United to the ‘promise land’ as his formation and substitutions have been widely criticized by majority of Manchester United’s faithful. Manchester United can boast of having one of the best players in the league but it all depends on how they are managed to bring out the best in them. Manchester United seems to be the first big side Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, has managed and he is yet to win any major silverware at Old Trafford.

If Manchester United are to sack Ole Gunnar Solakjaer, the likes of Zinedine Zidane and Antonio Conte could be the primary candidates as they are yet to commit themselves to any club at the moment.

(Zidane and Conte)


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