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Reasons Why Solskjaer Could Still Be Man Utd Manager, If He Lost Most Of These Games

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is still struggling to win more games in the premier league this season, the Norwegian manager has more tough games coming up, but some of the Manchester United fans thought that he could be sacked if he failed to win some of these games. I will be showing you the reasons why Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could still be a Manchester United manager if he lost most of these games.

1. He Have A Contract With The Club

The Manchester United board trust Ole Gunnar Solskjaer more than Jose Mourinho and Lois Van Gaal, they believe that the manager will surely bounce back and he will step up his game. The Manchester United board will never give him a new deal, if they didn't trust him. He was given a new deal to assure him, that he is well backed.

1. He Is A Club Legend And Alex Ferguson Got His Back

Former Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson attended most of the Manchester United game at Old Trafford, he worked together with the Manchester United current manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, he knows him really well and Ferguson is one of the measure reason why Manchester United brings Cristiano Ronaldo back to the club. The Manchester United board have a huge respect for him, even if Ole Gunnar failed to win these matches, he won't be sacked by the club. Many managers are struggling to win games, but their situation if different from Ole's problem. All the Manchester United players are fit, exclude Marcus Rashford, Amad Diallo and Harry Maguire. These players have a replacement that can perform more than them in that position. Sancho, Varane and Greenwood are all available.

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