Solskjaer To be Sacked after Man United 4-1 loss on Saturday with angry fans leaving the stadium after a disappointing turn out.
Manchester unitedboss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer risks to be Sacked after making his team concede 3 goals on Saturday when they took on watford making the team look irresponsible and un prepared with the presence of quality players.
Solskjear has been pushed on by fans to be sacked ever since they got defeated by liverpool, a game that was expected to be a win for Manchester United.
United’s board had continued to back Solskjaer through this run of bad form and, even after the 5-0 defeat to Liverpool, there was belief that the Norwegian was the right person to deliver the project they have been building for nearly three years.
Going into the international break after the 2-0 defeat to Manchester City, the United manager was not told that his position was under immediate threat. However, the board knew that it would be a big task to turn this season around.
There is now a growing expectation that Solskjaer will be sacked in the wake of Saturday’s defeat and it is understood he is not expected to be in charge for United’s next match against Villareal on Tuesday.
During a meeting on Saturday evening, conversations were held over which of Solskjaer’s staff would remain at the club if he were to be sacked. There were also discussions over the payout Solskjaer will receive for his dismissal, with that still being discussed.
Solskjaer is now expected to be sacked with Darren Fletcher and Michael Carrick expected to take charge when that happens.
What has Solskjaer said?
Solskjaer was asked in his post-match press conference if he believed he was still the best person to lead United forward.
He replied: “I always have belief in myself, of course, at the minute it’s a difficult time for us. I can see, I can trust every single one out there to give their all. Staff are fantastic. But the results are difficult. I believe we can turn this around.”
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