Manchester United fans have lost their patience with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after a dreadful 4-2 loss to Leicester City at the King Power stadium.
The Norwegian is under intense pressure as he continues to lose support after a poor start to the season.
MANCHESTER UNITED’s 4-2 defeat at Leicester City on Saturday ended their 29-game unbeaten run away from home.
The fans are right to demand a new manager because the current manager looks tactically clueless
The Red Devils will take on the likes of Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur, and Manchester City all before the November international break.
How do you want to look at it? Because whatever way you analyse United’s recent form, it isn’t good.
Just the two wins in seven games, conceding 11 along the way? Or, one clean sheet in 19?. The last three Premier League fixtures alone, against Aston Villa (home), Everton (home) and Leicester City (away), have seen Solskjaer’s side take just ONE point. It’s simply not good enough.
United have only played well in the wins over Leeds United and Newcastle United but have otherwise scraped by or have collapsed against weak opposition.
Close to 3-years into the job at United and solskjaer only has a formation but no tactics or style of play, and his team have defensively become so predictable and easy for even smaller teams to penetrate through.
Ole Solskjaer has the tools to challenge for domestic and European honours, but doesn’t have the presence or tactical ability to guide them in the right direction. He has been backed this summer with top and signings and has no excuse not to deliver this season.
After three years in charge Jurgen Klopp, Pep Guardiola or Thomas Tuchel would have guided United to the top of the league table this season, given their favourable fixtures at the start of this season. That’s the reality.
United are already out of the EFL cup and their title hope is dwindling while also having mixed start to the champions league season, The truth is, supporters are sick of inconsistent phases and want a new manager to come in, play in a fashion that suits the excellent players that are in the squad, and get back to competing for and winning trophies.
If results don’t improve then it’s likely Solskjaer will lose his job despite the board reassuring him of his position.