The Ole Solskjaer's men are meeting again today with Wolves at Molineux after 1-1 draw with Southampton last week. Manchester United's defeat to Southampton last week was as a result of poor selection by Ole Solskjaer.
Therefore, in today's article I would like to share my opinion on the three(3) mistakes Ole Solskjaer must not repeat if he wants to win today's match against Wolves.
It was observed that the coach as at last week made a very wrong decision in the midfield by combining Fred and Matic. This was one of the greatest mistake he made that leads it team to draw against Southampton last week.
Below are three(3) mistakes Ole Solskjaer must correct if he wants to win today's match against Wolves:
1. Combining Fred and Matic in the midfield
The Norwegian, should rather bench one of this midfielder instead of playing both of them in today's clash. Instead he should start Scott MacTominay and substitute Matic in the second half of the game.
2. Late substitution
This is another mistake the coach had been making in the past season. He is fond of making late substitution in almost all his matches. Therefore, to win today's match against Wolves he must also avoid late substitution.
3. Starting Daniel James
Another mistake is that the Coach's decision in starting Daniel James in almost all the matches this season is very wrong. From my opinion, Daniel James as one of the fastest player should always come in the second half of the game, not in the first half.
What is your take on this?
As a football supporter, drop your opinion about Ole Solskjaer's mistakes this season.
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