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Why Ole Should Not Get The Sack Ahead Of Man United's Next 5 Fixtures

Manchester United has been having a rough start to the season with their poor results and performances. Although their position at the league table is not as bad as their performance is, but what worries the fans the most is that the games that Manchester United should have won were the ones that they were busy dropping points.

Manchester united are currently occupying the 4th position in the league table with 14 points. Manchester United coach, Ole is currently under increasing pressure and it is now looking like his days are numbered and that he might be sacked anytime soon.

However, I do not think Manchester United should sack Ole just yet because Manchester united's next few games will test how tactically gifted the manager is. This is because Manchester United has not faced any big teams ever since the league started and Ole is the kind of coach that knows how to deliver whenever it comes to handling big opponents. Below are some of Manchester united's big games after the international break.

As soon as the international break is over, Manchester United will be traveling down to the King Power Stadium where they will play their game against Leicester City. This Manchester United team is yet to secure a back to back victory in a single EPL season against Leicester.

The next game after that will be a Champions League game against Atlanta and it will be a very crucial game for them as it will go a long way to help them seal their qualifications into the knock-out stage.

The fixture between Manchester United and Liverpool will be one of the most anticipated games of the season as it will feature a battle between Ronaldo and Virgil Van Dijk. The red devils will be hoping to break Liverpool's unbeaten run in the Premier League.

Manchester United will then return to Champions League action with the second game against Atlanta. Before they will then face Manchester City in their Premier League fixture.

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