🔴 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer at Manchester United: Does he deserves more time?

According to the Telegraph, Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been handed three more games to preserve his job.

United does not believe there is a suitable inside candidate to take over as caretaker, according to the report.

Antonio Conte wants the job, but they’re not convinced if he’s the appropriate man for the job. The club also dislikes the thought of making a change this early in the season and replacing him with someone who would demand changes to the coaching staff.

Following the series of extremely bad results from Manchester United in recent weeks with no clear path to making improvements, Do you think this is a wise decision from the Manchester United hierarchy? Share your thoughts.


:red_circle: | Solskjaer’s position was confirmed by Man Utd Yesterday.

The final decision from main part of Manchester United board is now confirmed and approved :bookmark_tabs::arrow_heading_down:

  • My understanding is Ole Gunnar Solskjær will definitely be in charge for Tottenham game on Saturday. :handshake:

  • Sir Alex Ferguson supported him, he was today at Carrington where also Ole completed the training session and spoke with players. :raised_hand:t2:

  • Next games with Spurs and potentially also Atalanta/Man City will be crucial to decide Solskjær future before or during the international break. :calendar:

  • Antonio Conte would accept Man United job but he’ll be respectful with Solskjær and he never had any direct/official contact with Manchester United yet. :it:

Source: Fabrizio Romano


Here’s what I think…

The lack of action from the higher ups at the club shows they have no care for winning. MUFC has become a marketing brand to sell merch & get sponsors to line the pockets of the Glazers & their cronies. How much more grounds are they going to lose until a decision is made?

Even if a temporary manager is required until the summer when better candidates are available, they can’t just let the ship keep sinking. Ole is clearly out of his depth and doesn’t have what it takes to move the club forward. It’s so obvious!


:rotating_light: Manchester United would have to pay Ole Gunnar Solskjaer £7.5m if they are to sack him. (Source: Sun Sport)



Many Man United players have lost faith in Ole Gunnar Solskjaer but Cristiano Ronaldo has implored them to show support

Solskjaer safe, for now

For many, the 5-0 drubbing Manchester United suffered as the hands of Liverpool was the final straw and many likely expected Solskjaer to be sacked this week.

It was even reported that Manchester United were considering sacking the Norwegian and that they had made initial contact with Antonio Conte.

However, reports have since emerged that Solskjaer will be at least in charge of the club for one more game, vs Tottenham this weekend:


Paul Scholes has insisted that Manchester United should stick with under-fire boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer until at least the end of the season.

Solskjaer has just begun his third full season in the Old Trafford hot-seat, having initially been drafted in to replace Jose Mourinho back in December 2018.

The Norwegian has not yet delivered any major silverware, and questions are being asked over his tactical approach after United’s mediocre start to the 2021-22 campaign, but Scholes thinks he deserves more time after assembling an exciting squad. So more time should be given to him to prove maybe he can still be the Manchester united coach.

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Rio Ferdinand says Ole Gunnar Solskjaer should ‘hand over the baton’ and leave Manchester United

Rio Ferdinand has said that now would be the time for Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to leave Manchester United.

The Norwegian is under huge pressure at Old Trafford after a poor run of form in which they’ve lost four out of their last six league games.

United are already nine points off league leaders Chelsea at the top of the table after 11 games.

Ferdinand on his Five with Vibe podcast says he doesn’t believe Solskjaer can deliver the Premier League or Champions League to Old Trafford, but could leave the club with his ‘head held high’.

'He’s done actually what he’s been brought in to do. He’s come in and give the fans hope again, made the fans want to come back and watch your team again.


:chart_with_downwards_trend: Last 6 league matches

:wave: Nuno - 6 points
:wave: Daniel Farke - 5 points
:sunglasses: Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - 4 points