Solskjaer sacking is the solution for Man United

Information about Man United wants to fire Solskjaer and see it as a solution to the crisis more and more genuine. British media suddenly reported that Vice President Ed Woodward was considering the possibility of firing Solskjaer to reassure fans.

According to the Daily Mail, Ed Woodward mentioned that Liverpool had fired coach Kenny Dalglish to prove that nothing was wrong. Compared to Kenny Dalglish, Solskjaer’s position in Man United’s history is not even equal.

Information about Man United wants to fire Solskjaer and see it as a solution to the crisis more and more genuine. The idea that Ole Solskjaer is still safe after the 1-6 defeat against Tottenham. The British media suddenly reported that Vice President Ed Woodward was considering the possibility of firing Solskjaer to reassure the fans.

According to the Daily Mail, Ed Woodward mentioned that Liverpool had fired coach Kenny Dalglish to prove there was nothing wrong with a club firing a character who was once a legend of the team. Compared to Kenny Dalglish, Solskjaer’s position in Man United’s history is not even equal.

Parallel to Ed Woodward’s statement, the progress of the bookmakers also shows that Solskjaer’s future is not bright. The Sack Race page has put Solskjaer at number one on the list of coaches most likely to be fired.

In football logic, if a coach fails to meet the team’s requirements, a dismissal will inevitably occur. If Man United really invited Mauricio Pochettino to replace Solskjaer, it is not a bad solution. Theoretically, Pochettino as a team is, overall, better than Solskjaer.

However, does Man United’s problem come from coaching prowess? Right from his first remarks, Solskjaer emphasized Wan-Bissaka’s ability to contribute to public goods.

He originally intended to use Wan-Bissaka as a winger in a three-defender plan. But in the end, he had to let this player kick right-back because the Lindelof-Maguire midfielder was too bad.

Solskjaer needs right-back, but what he has for a long time is only Luke Shaw – a player who has been in form for a long time. Solskjaer needed a new midfielder, but Ed Woodward brought Donny van de Beek to make the midfield even more redundant.

However, from a sympathetic perspective, we should also give Solskjaer a bit of justice. Also clarifying the question that Man United’s decline was the coach’s fault or not?