Is Solskjaer already the man to blame?
After the last two games – especially after the Wolves loss – there are suddenly some people who are questioning the decision to permanently appoint Solksjaer.
Thus, I have to say, the fickle nature of some of our fans these days continue to astound me.
When Mourinho was sacked, literally no one expected us to even be in the mix for top four.
Ole came in, did a fantastic job to put us back in, got the players to raise their games and brought a fresh breath of air.
Now the season is approaching the end, it is typical that some of the players are knackered and mentally burnt out. Injuries have also hit us as well and the ‘actual’ quality of some of our players are beginning to show.(not up to standard) This is reflected in the last 4 to 5 results.
This does not in any way represent the totality of OGS’s short reign neither does it mean it will always remain this way.
He will make necessary changes and get us back to the level of intensity and quality a team befitting our status in World football.
He understands the expectations of the fans and the club. I dare say also that if any other manager was appointed, we would not even be this close to getting top 4.
Granted that OGS may not have been everyone’s cup of tea and some would understandably have opted for Pochettino, Zidane, Allegri or whoever.
Are you telling in me in all honesty that they would have gotten more out of most of our average players like Ole has within this short period?
Probably not I say and everyone would bang on about giving them the Summer or 2 transfer windows to clear our and inject quality. We gave Mourinho and LVG time. We would hypothetically have given whoever is appointed not called OGS.
Why can’t we do same with him? At least give OGS the benefit of the doubt and let him tweak the team come Summer. He’s already said he is working on this alongside the board. Let’s be patient. It’s not all doom amd gloom. We will be alright.http://www.fanchesterunited.com/is-solksjaer-the-man-we-should-be-blaming/