Pressure is mounting on Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, and British tabloids claim, among other things, that Bruno Fernandes lacks direction and plan in the Manchester United game.
Ole Gunnar Solskjær is a bookmaker’s favorite to become the next Premier League coach to lose his job.
A weak 0-2 loss at home to Manchester City this week increased the pressure on the Norwegian even more, but according to others Sky Sports And the athlete The United Administration has no immediate plans to make drastic changes.
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Maybe he made the leader against Watford
The Norwegian is also expected to lead the team against Watford after the national team break.
According to Sky Sports, a win against Tottenham and a draw away to Atalanta, ensuring the continuation of the first place in the Champions League group, was enough for a long time.
Solskjaer and his team write that United’s management should wish they could lead the squad into the summer, as long as the club battles next season’s Champions League matches. the athlete.
Ronaldo and Bruno replied
Based on Daily messages Information began to rumble in the group of players, and the newspaper claims that Bruno Fernandez is among the players who missed an apparent plan from Solskjær and his support staff. Others think there are a lot of young and inexperienced coaches at the club.
The same newspaper wrote that Cristiano Ronaldo was fully aware that things had changed at the club since his departure, but must be shocked by the sharply lower standards.
The Daily Mail has also written about dissatisfaction with the treatment of Donny van de Beek, who is struggling to earn Solskjaer’s trust. Many of his teammates will be incomprehensible to the lack of opportunities the Dutchman has had, despite the failure of his teammates.
Neville: – A train derailed
After 11 league rounds, Manchester United are sixth in the Premier League with 17 points – that’s nine points ahead of league leaders Chelsea.
However, the arrow points downwards for Solskjaer’s men, who have won just one of their last six Premier League games.
Former Manchester United player Gary Neville is not too optimistic about the future of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and his men.
They now have Watford away, Villarreal away and Chelsea away. It’s a tough, tough week. This won’t be any easier in the near future, says Neville in his latest podcast.
The hype on social media is different than on the field. They shouted at Nuno at Tottenham’s stadium last week. This will not happen to Ole at Old Trafford. We didn’t hear it with Jose or with Van Gaal or Moyes or even with Ron Atkinson 35 years ago. The fans here don’t. Neville says they respect the situation, but that train is derailed at the moment.
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