After game week nine, the gap between Manchester United and Premier League leaders Chelsea FC has widened significantly. In a historic defeat at Old Trafford, the Red Devils feel isolated. Manchester United is rumored to be considering replacing the head coach in order to reclaim the 20-time winners' glory.
Chelsea and Liverpool are now tied for first place in the table, separated by only one point. In this season's title fight, there is one Premier League club that could deafen them. Since the beginning of the season, these two clubs have had a solid run of humbling elite clubs.
Manchester United board continue to throw their support behind under fire manager, Ole Gunner much to the disappointment of the Manchester United fans, and many make ask, why is Manchester United reluctant in sacking Ole Gunner? After Alex Ferguson left the club, Manchester United have appointed, and let go of David Moyes, Louis Van Gaal, and Jose Mourinho, in a sequence of 1 year, 2 years, and 2 and half years, and they all have been sacked despite significant improvements during their time at the club.
Chelsea will face Southampton in the round of sixteen of the Carabao Cup today. Thomas Tuchel already won Southampton when they met at Stamford Bridge this season, it won't be an easy task for Thomas Tuchel side as he'll be resting his first team for today's occasion.
A run of poor results which has seen Manchester United drop out of the top 4 has led to talks that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer could be replaced by former Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte. There has been no official contact yet, but it is likely to happen unless results improve quickly.
Some teams will lose their trophies from the previous season in the 2021/22 season. Some clubs, on the other hand, will almost certainly keep the trophies they won last season. I'm going to focus on four cup holders who could win the trophies they won last season.
5. Thomas Frank So far this season, the Brentford manager has done an outstanding job with the London club. The club has put in some outstanding efforts against difficult opponents. He started the season with a 2-0 win over London rivals Arsenal and has only lost three Premier League games so far this season.
Manchester United's poor run of form has been traced to the management and Manchester United fans as well as reputable ex-United players of the opinion of showing the Norwegians manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer the exit door. The Red Devils hierarchy is now holding talks to decide what to do concerning the future of Solskjaer in the next few hours.
Thomas Tuchel’s Chelsea will be going up against Southampton in an EFL Cup encounter at Stamford Bridge later tonight. A place in the quarter-finals will be up for grabs tonight, as such, Thomas Tuchel is expected to name a very strong starting XI. Image via Chelsea Website
Manchester United ae being linked with Ajax coach, Erik Ten Hag, amid reports linking Antonio Conte with a move to Old Trafford. United are in the hunt for a new boss, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side failing to impress in recent times and with the club on the back of a heavy 5-0 defeat to Liverpool at home.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's three years spell as Manchester United's manager seems over, considering some of the recent reports in the media. Richard Arnold, a managing director at Manchester United, is reportedly set to discuss issues surrounding the managerial position with the club owners, and a decision could be made in the coming hours.
Over the past few days, many people associated with Manchester United have made the call for manager, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to he relieved of his job as United's first team coach due to poor performances on the pitch and poor results. Their latest defeat came in a more embarrassing fashion against rival, Liverpool on Sunday.
The English Premier League giants Chelsea would be hoping to avoid defeat when they face Southampton in the 4th round of the Carabao cup. The West London based club Chelsea would be hoping to emerge victorious in order to secure their places in the next stage of the competition.
If reports are to be believed, then United could have a new manager on their bench before they play Tottenham Hotspur next weekend. The Manchester United board have not been impressed by the performance of the team in recent times, having spent a significant sum on new players during the summer, in an attempt to close the gap between them and other top teams.
Manchester United's five nil humiliation at the hands of Liverpool at Old Trafford did not go down well with supporters of the club, as some fans are calling for the sack of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. The Reds won both halves of the game, scoring four in the first-half and one in the second-half.
Paul Scholes is probably one of the greatest midfielders in the history of Manchester United. Shortly after the match between Manchester United and Liverpool, Scholes criticized Paul Pogba for his display and red card against Liverpool on Sunday. Although Pogba was guilty of some harsh mistakes during the match, it was very surprising that Paul Scholes concluded that Pogba was a complete waste for giving away a goal and getting a red card.
Manchester United may have lost to Liverpool in humiliating fashion on Sunday, conceding four goals in the first half before eventually conceding one more in the second half to make the final score 0-5. However, in my opinion, the 5-0 loss to Liverpool could be a blessing in disguise for Manchester United.
Manchester United’s board have drawn up a shortlist of four managers as potential replacements for Ole Solskjaer, the UK Sun reports. Photo Credit: Goggle. Manchester United are considering Antonio Conte, Zinedine Zidane, Brendan Rodgers and Erik ten Hag . But Antonio Conte and Zinedine Zidane are both leading the race.
As controversies continue to go viral on all social media outlets regarding Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's possible sacking as Manchester United coach, it is quite understandable that his time at Old Trafford is on the verge of ending soon. The Manchester United board is expected to make a decision soon, with Antonio Conte, former Chelsea and Inter Milan manager, ready to take over.
It is no news that Ole's tricky reds were beaten at home by the scouser's on Sunday; the subsequent reaction is to be expected however, it is important to put certain things into perspective. Following the loss to Jürgen's mighty reds at the theater of dreams there has been calls for the sack of Ole Gunner Solsjer and rightly so but I think these calls are either premature or too late; I'll call them premature.