Three things to consider after Solskjaer decision
1)Even though the team has made a giant leap in form in past couple of months, there is absolutely no chance this team beats Barcelona unless they go full Mourinho and play 11 people in the box and send a single counter at the end of the game like Chelsea did.
Unfortunately Messi is having a boss of a season. The tipping point was PSG, they decided after that game that Ole was the man.
Literally any result against Barca is a huge win. They are just an incredible team, and we have big holes
2) This is the table after Ole came.
Manchester United has been the best team in the Premier League since then. They award success, not mediocrity. The reason the announcement comes now is to avoid distractions during a crucial part of the season. The national team break was the perfect time to do it.
3) Ole wont fail, or more to the fact: The players wont suddenly stop being good players. This is not a team that could start losing all their games for no reason.
I don’t even understand why this is a concern. If you havent noticed, the brass have written this season off completely. This is why we did nothing in the January window.
There is no expectation from the manager to end anywhere. The real work begins next season and next transfer window. The negative in waiting is that everyone and their grandmothers have been talking about when the appointment is going to be, from players to pundits.
Its distracting to wait when it became obvious it was going this way. Plus this way the players get an immediate sense of stability. Having a boss they know will stick around is incredibly motivating especially when he’s universally well liked, which appears to be the case. One distraction less for the players and the club.http://www.fanchesterunited.com/three-things-to-consider-after-solskjaer-decision/