The next Manchester United's five fixtures in the Champions League and premier league may be the determinant of the future of Manchester United's manager Ole Gunner Solskjaer. It is no longer a news that Ole is on the edge of the seat while strategically planning on how to save his job following a run of poor form in the English premier league.
The performance of the manager against Atalanta in the champions league double header has a lot of influence on the team's hope of qualifying from the group. Manchester United is currently placed third on the group F log in the champions league with three points after a defeat against Young Boy and a home win against Villarreal.
In the English premier league, Manchester United will be hosting their arch rival; Liverpool in their next league game. It is not all about the 3 points when it comes to the Manchester United - Liverpool fixture, the pride of the teams are always the major thing at stake. The bragging right of who is the King of English Football is what takes the center stage when this two meet and Ole cannot afford to lose the game at this trying time.
A trip to the London stadium will be the next for Ole after the Liverpool showdown. Tottenham may not have been in their best form but they can still cause a major problem for the Ole Gunner Solskjaer led Manchester United. The fixtures will get tougher after the Tottenham match as Manchester United will be welcoming their neighbor; Manchester City.
Although Ole has a good record against Pep, history may not be of help as Manchester City manager could be gunning for another premier league glory. Losing to Manchester City will further increase the debate of whether Manchester is Red or Blue. Should Ole fail to secure at least 4 points from the Atalanta double fixture and possibly a win and a draw in the next three league games, he may be shown the exit door.
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