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3 Coaches That Might Take Over Ole Gunnar Solskjær's Job At Manchester United

Ole Gunnar Solskjær's managerial job at Manchester United is at stake as he had his worse result at the club yesterday, after losing 5-0 to Liverpool.

Most Manchester United fans are demanding that Ole Gunnar Solskjær should be sacked as they can't tolerate the recent form of the team. Upon this demand, three high-rated coaches stand the chance of being the next Manchester United manager if the club sack Ole Gunnar Solskjær. However, I will be sharing with the 3 coaches that might take over ole Gunnar Solskjær's job at Manchester United.

#1. Antonio Conte

Antonio Conte is a professional coach who started his managerial career started in 2006. Conte is one of the coaches that have achieved good records in the game of soccer, Juventus in 2011, and won three consecutive Serie A titles after he was announced the manager of Italian giant, Juventus in 2011. In his first season at Chelsea, he led the club in winning the Premier League title. On joining Inter Milan in 2019, he promoted the club and won the Serie A title in his second season. Antonio Conte may achieve a lot of signed as Manchester United manager.

#2. Zinedine Zidane

Zinedine Zidane is one of the successful coaches In recent times, he achieved a lot at Madrid. The Frenchman led Madrid in winning three consecutive UFEA Champions League tilted after beating Manchester City 1–0 on aggregate in 2016, Juventus 4–1 win in 2017, and Liverpool 3-1 in 2018. Apart from the records he has in Champions League, he achieved other records at the club. The super talented coach may lead Manchester United to glory if employed as the head coach of the club.

#3. Brendan Rodgers

The current Celtic manager, Brendan Rodgers is one of the coaches who has achieved good records in his managerial career. Some of his managerial trophies include the Scottish Premiership title, Scottish Cup, Scottish League Cup, Football League Championship Play-Offs, etc. Brendan Rodgers has coached a good number of Premier League clubs including Liverpool, Swansea, Reading, and Watford.

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