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4 Manchester United Players who could struggle for playing time, if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is sacked.

Many coaches have the kind of players that they prefer, and they will always build their team with those players. This is the reason why some players struggle for playing time when a new coach is appointed.

Some Manchester United fans are calling for the club to sack Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and appoint a new manager, some players could become bench warmers if a new coach takes over. Here are 4 Manchester United players who could struggle for playing time if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is sacked.

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1 - Anthony Martial: This is one player who keeps appearing in Manchester United's starting lineup despite his poor performances. The reason behind this might be the fact that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer likes the way he plays his own football.

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But another fact is that he has not been performing up to expectations, so he might be dropped if a new manager takes over from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

2 - Harry Maguire: The England international might be the captain of the club, but that does not make him an automatic starter and in the team. He has not been performing very well for the club and he might be dropped if a new coach is appointed.

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He might be a good leader off the pitch, but he does not lead by example when he is on the pitch. Many coaches are always looking for captains that will perform very well in the pitch.

3 - Aaron Wan-Bissaka: This is another player who could be struggling for playing time under a new coach, he is a good full-back who can defend very well. But he is bad in attacking.

As a full-back, you need to be very good in attacking and in defending. This is the reason why the Ivorian might struggle for enough playing time if Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is sacked.

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4 - Fred: The Brazil midfielder has been struggling to perform well for the club, but he is still having enough playing time under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United football club.

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But that could change if a new manager is hired, this is because he has not been performing his primary duties as a defensive midfielder very well. So a new manager might decide to replace him.

Meanwhile, which of these players do you think should be a regular starter under any coach? Share your thoughts with us, thanks. 

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