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The Grim Reality For Manchester United

It is very evident that Manchester United seriously needs a savior at this point so that the remainder of the season can go well and they can qualify for next season UCL.

Just imagine Ronaldo not going to the UCL competition for the first time in 20 consecutive years.

Not very pleasant to the ears.


This is why #OleOut has been trending for a long time.

They finished second last season and got to the Europa cup final where they lost to Villarreal.

Now with the addition of Sancho, Ronaldo, and Varane, who has been playing and starting regularly for United, yet the downward spiral needs to be stopped before it's too late.

It's clear to all now that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer can't manage a team as big as Manchester United,

But the board can't see that.

Having lost 3 of their last 5 matches and drawn 2, the clock is ticking faster for Ole Gunnar.

The Norwegian should understand this and try to turn things around before the board of directors come heavily on him.

But this is my guess as to why they haven't discussed his sack yet.

Manchester United will be having 5 tough matches that will test the collective resolve of both the coach and the players to come out with a solution.

First they face Atalanta in the UEFA Champions League match, then the weekend they welcome their arch-rival Liverpool in what appears to be a forgotten English El Clasico.

They then faced Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City before a return to Italy to battle for a spot in the UCL round of 16.

These 5 matches will make or mar the Norwegian-born soccer tactician.

But if results aren't coming positive, then the board should do the necessary and salvage this season for the red devils.

If Chelsea FC can do the same to a legendary player and put a new man in charge who won them the last champions league trophy on 29th May 2021, then United have no excuse.

Antonio Conte and Zinedine Zidane are the two best choices for now.

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