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Why Manchester United Is Not Doing Well At The Moment

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was appointed as Manchester United coach after the club sacked José Mourinho in December 2018. Since becoming Manchester United coach, Solskjaer has lost 4 domestic semi-finals and 1 European final.

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Manchester United started this season on a very high note, but the club has been having some bad results lately. They lost their last English Premier League game against Leicester City. Manchester United supporter has been calling for the sack of the Norwegian man because they believe that he is the club problem. They strongly believe that Ole is the reason the team is not having good results. 

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is not the only problem that Manchester United has, according to their fans. Here are the 3 major problems of Manchester United at the moment.

1. Manchester United has lost their team spirit.

The current Manchester United team has no team spirit. High-profile players in the squad are playing to achieve personal records. Some of them are playing for their interest. Team spirit is what brings good results in football. Manchester United may regain their form if they improve their teamwork.

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2. Selfishness or Greediness.

Some Manchester United players are too selfish when they are with the ball. Each of the players wants to score a goal or dribble past an opponent. In every football team, helping the team to win matches should be the main priority. Dribbling or holding onto the ball without passing to your teammates is bad.

3. Poor Manager. 

The Manchester United manager is not a good tactician. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has not won a single trophy since he became Manchester United manager in 2018. His style of play does not suit Manchester United. The club needs a good and experienced coach that can take the club forward.

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