Ole Gunnar Solskjær – It’s wrong

After a number of weak results, Ole Gunnar Solskjær was sacked from Manchester United in November last year.

Seven wins, three draws and seven defeats were the deciding points this season when Solskjær had to leave the club. In a statement, the club wrote that “the Norwegians have done a great job over the past three years, despite the disappointing last few weeks”.

In a ESPN case describes Mark Ogden where something went wrong with the Norwegian manager.

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– ESPN sources say that Solskjær is seen as indecisive and weak.

Furthermore, it was stated that Solskjær was not “good enough” tactically.

– The Norwegian coach told the players that he wanted to implement a 4-3-3 system to make the team stronger in attack, but at the start of the season he returned to a 4-2-3-1 formation. After that, he failed to find the right tactics when Cristiano Ronaldo was brought in from Juventus.

FIND BACK: Ole Gunnar Solskjær and Cristiano Ronaldo.  Photo: Reuters

FIND BACK: Ole Gunnar Solskjær and Cristiano Ronaldo. Photo: Reuters
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Historically bad

But it’s not just Solskjær who’s been trying to get behind the wheel this season without success.

After Solskjær’s sacking, Ralf Rangnick was appointed United’s new manager. The German didn’t get to choose either. United’s season has been historically bad after both coaches steered the boat at Old Trafford.

The historically weak season has been due to the fact that the big English clubs have only picked up 58 points in the Premier League. United have never picked up fewer points in a Premier League season.

HARD CRITICISM: ESPN’s Mark Ogden believes that Solskjær is to blame for Manchester United’s weak season. Journalist: Melina Pambou Sundfør. Video: Red Card / Pambou.
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This season is also the club’s weakest season in terms of points in 32 years.

Aside from the disappointing scoreline, the team has never conceded more goals in Premier League history. In 38 games, United goalkeeper David de Gea had to pick up 57 balls from the net.

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Although things did not go well for Solskjær in Manchester, he was praised last week by United’s Nemanja Mati.

In the case of club website Matić comes with the following message about his time under Solskjær.

Ole Gunnar Solskjr and Nemanja Matic.  Photo: Reuters

Ole Gunnar Solskjr and Nemanja Matic. Photo: Reuters
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– Ole is a fantastic person. He was my manager but now I can say that he is my friend. I learned a lot from him, said the midfielder.

– It was a great experience to be with him and he is a legend at this club, continued Matić.

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