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Reasons Why Manchester United Haven't Sacked Ole Gunnar Until Now Despite Poor Results & Performance

Manchester United are expected to appoint a new manager, at the very least, by fans, past players, and analysts. There is a plainly visible picture on the wall indicating that the manager is not present. Capable of taking on the likes of Klopp, Tuchel, and Pep. 

However, the premier league giants have made no such choice to date. And an examination of why the red devil's still have a hold on the Norwegian man. 

The first options to succeed Ole if he is ousted following the defeat to Liverpool have drastically dwindled. Conte has joined Tottenham, prompting the reds to look for other options. 

Zinedine is said to be anxious for his country job and is awaiting Deschamps' bow. Thus, United are left with Pochettino, Eric from Ajax, and Brendan Rogers, who is doing an excellent job at Leicester City. 

However, each of the three managers is affiliated with a separate team. Pochettino's departure from PSG will undoubtedly be costly, as will Eric's departure from the King Power outfits. Will demand a big compensation in order to leave their boss in the middle of the campaign. 

United's board of directors is also hesitant to make changes, in part because they recently rewarded Ole Gunnar with a new three-year contract. Which, if they axe him, will undoubtedly signal they have admitted their errors. 

The other reason is that Vice-Chairman Ed Woodward is expected to resign in a few weeks. And he's unlikely to want his final days to be remembered for firing a manager. 

Additionally, he will be compelled to schedule interviews with prospective employees in order to attempt to hire another man. The fact that the prospective Executive Chief will conceal himself if another management is hired and does not perform up to expectations.

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