Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will not be dismissed despite a poor run of form that ended in a 4-2 loss at Leicester City on Saturday.
Despite the fact that the 13-time Premier League champions have lost their past three league games after spending lavishly in the summer, The Athletic said, they feel that the United manager Ole has a lot of respect at the board level.
Following Saturday’s defeat, United is currently in the fifth position, one point outside the top four. They have one victory and one loss in their Champions League group.
Their next nine league opponents are Liverpool, Manchester City, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, and Arsenal.
Ole’s Post Match:
“When you look back on the game, the four goals we conceded were horrible,” Solskjaer, 48, confessed. The way we’ve been playing, we don’t deserve to keep our (away unbeaten) run going.
“I pick the team, Harry Maguire remains silent, and if all else fails, I raise my hand.” I’ve probably made a mistake if we give up four.
“We haven’t been in great form lately, losing a lot of points, and that is something we need to fix.” Is there a chance we’ll have to make a change? Is there a need for more legs in there? What are our requirements?
“The fact that David was our best player says it everything, yet we still let up four goals.”
“It’s time for us to clean up our act. Make sure we’ve refreshed our minds, that we’ve inspected ourselves in the mirror, that I’ve examined myself in the mirror, and that we’ve executed when we get back. That’s how football works; you have to adjust to adversity “‘