Following the anticipated loss to Watford at Vicarage Road, Ed WoodWard’s top dogs have finally terminated manager Ole Gunnar Solskjær
The Norwegian coach was recently given four (4) games to win without any failure however results have been contrary to the expectations.
The 48yr old took on the managerial role at Manchester United on 19th December 2018, as he replaced Jose Mourinho at the helm on an interim basis, with dreams and motivations, all hopes were to be fulfilled through Ole however, Over the time he has been a mediocre coach, this has been self-evident with Man u’s performance, yet it has had a budget of 373.6 euros during Ole’s reign.
With a winning percentage of 54.2%, Ole has been behind Jose Mourinho’s 58.3% in 144 matches but ahead of David Moyes 52.9%. The Norwegian managed United for 168 competitive games, with a record of 91 wins, 40 defeats and
Manchester United has confirmed Michael Carrick as an interim manager until the end of the season, with no promising results Ole has left many dreams extremely shuttered than bring life to them.