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Journalist says Man United should replicate Chelsea and make massive decision

Manchester United are huffing and puffing but they’re not winning football games, either consistently, or convincingly and as the pressure continues to mount on manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, serious questions regarding his managerial expertise are now being asked.

The Red Devils were back in action on Saturday afternoon when they hosted Everton at Old Trafford in the Premier League’s early kick-off.

Despite coming into Saturday’s match off the back of a very late and narrow European win over Villarreal earlier in the week, Solskjaer, who named a much-changed side, knew his side needed to put in an impressive performance.

Read more: (Video) Solskjaer identifies ‘disappointing’ aspect to Everton draw

Having started the game quickly and full of energy, the Red Devils, who had Cristiano Ronaldo on the bench, looked to be the better of the two sides.

However, despite opening the scoring thanks to an Anthony Martial first-half strike, the Toffees inevitably clawed their way back into the game and ended up holding the Red Devils to a well-deserved 1-1 draw.

Interestingly, although seemingly standing by his bizarre starting team selection, Solskjaer is coming under fire with the latest person to urge the club’s hierarchy to relieve him of his duties being Daily Express journalist, Ryan Taylor.

Do you agree with Taylor’s assessment? – Let us know in the comments.

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4 responses to “Journalist says Man United should replicate Chelsea and make massive decision”

  1. Jaya Pillay says:

    Ole Solskjaer doesn’t have it in him to turn this team around. The Glazers must be told this, because Woodward said last week that they won’t fire Solskjaer. He’s a good guy but not a half decent manager. He’s clueless. His support of Fred ahead of Matic and even DVBeek is proof of him being inept. ACT NOW whilst we still have a chance. Our coaches are also too inexperienced. We need someone like Rene Muelensteen. If they want to keep Solskjaer they must bring in someone to help him. Maybe Mark Hughes.

  2. rick Harks says:

    As long we use Fred nothing will change. Must be in Ole’s pants to get this much of play time while he is mediocre at best

  3. Steve Lloyd says:

    Starting Martial, whether he scored or not, was a very questionable decision, when Lingard is clearly on fire and ready to go. I find Ole making questionable team selections just about every match, and even his substitutions are often poorly chosen or badly timed. This team could make any manager look good, and yet they are failing under Ole.

  4. Naziru yunusa says:

    Ole has to leave!!! Ole ooouuttt!!!