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Man Utd consider sacking Solskjaer as players lose faith in manager

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s future at Manchester United is hanging in the balance and the latest reports will worry supporters. The Norwegian manager has come under increasing pressure at the club in recent weeks, with Sunday’s embarrassing defeat to Liverpool a new low.

Jurgen Klopp’s side comfortably swept aside United, with the visitors scoring five goals to produce their biggest win at Old Trafford in the Premier League era.

According to the Manchester Evening News, the club is now considering pulling the plug on Solskjaer’s time at Manchester United. As per the report, serious consideration is being given as the club could have a new manager in the dugout for next week’s clash with Tottenham.

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Furthermore, there are worrying reports coming from elsewhere. According to The Times, some players within the first-team squad are starting to lose faith in Solskjaer.

It’s reported that players like Solskjaer on a personal level but have doubts over whether he possesses the tactical nous to compete with his counterparts.

Kieran McKenna’s role is also under question. The former Tottenham coach is regarded as a ‘bright mind’ but players are said to be uninspired by his training sessions.

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2 responses to “Man Utd consider sacking Solskjaer as players lose faith in manager”

  1. K Smith says:

    Not what I’ve heard on the news this morning, it appears the club have every faith in Olle and are happy with the direction the club are going in.

    How long has Solskjaer been the manager? How much has the club spent on players HE WANTED?
    These are desperate times and the club is in big trouble if they think Solskjaer can sort this mess out, a mess of his making.

  2. Wilson Kanyi says:

    Ole has reached his maximum on tactics and can’t give anymore. He is better leave it to a more tactical coach.