Sun. May 29th, 2022

Man United have decided to hand the Norwegian one more chance to prove that he can lead the club

After his disappointing loss to Liverpool, Ole Solskjaer has seen himself close to getting sacked by the club he loves to represent.

Jurgen Klopp is sure one to blame for this as he let his boys destroy a Man United side that a struggling to stand on their feet while under the management of an inexperienced man.

The humiliation from the loss sparked a rethink in the mind of the board members who had Initially promised to stick behind the 48-year-old.

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Also with the presence and help of Sir Alex Ferguson, Ole Solskjaer is still and will still remain manager of the Red Devils at least until after Manchester City game.

The Board decided Ole will be in charge of the next three Man United matches as an ultimatum for him to save his job.

It’s stated that the club sees no one fit to take on the interim role prior the appointment of a new manager so it’s better leaving Ole in charge while the search for a new manager goes on in the background.

With this out, Ole Solskjaer knows he has limited time to save his name and job of which he already mapped out ways to do so.

According to a close source to the manager, Ole is implementing a new formation in the squad.

The manager is known for his 4-2-3-1 unchangeable formation despite it’s failures over the years but guess it’s finally over for this formation.

Man United are reportedly switching back to the old fashioned 4-3-3 formation in attempt to balance their midfield and defense at same time.

Although yet to be confirmed as it onlu can be confirmed when he uses it on match day but this would also see Luke Shaw and Wan-Bissaka playing more defensive roles than they have always done.

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No update yet on if he has decided to drop Harry Maguire after his series of disgraceful displays over the last games.

More to follow.