Manchester United have sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer as manager. After three years in charge following last night defeat to Watford in the Premier League (Saturday 20). November 2021) The results and team performances had a huge impact on this decision. And created continued pressure on the Norwegian coach.
Embarrassing home defeats to Liverpool and Manchester City football team have prompted calls for Solskjaer’s dismissal. But it was the defeat at Vicarage Road that was the last straw for the Old Trafford board to decide to do so. Solskjaer left with Manchester United seventh in the table. 12 points behind leaders Chelsea and they are looking for a new manager. While revealing their plans to hire a temporary manager until the end of the season.
Manchester United have finally sacked Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.
A club statement read: “Ole will forever be a legend at Manchester United and we regret this difficult decision.” While the last few weeks have been disappointing. But that should not hide the truth about all the work. He has done over the past three years to build a new foundation for long-term success.”
“Ole leaves with our deepest gratitude for his tireless efforts as a manager. And we wish him all the best in the future. His position in the club’s history will always be firm. Not only for his story as a player. But as a great man and a manager who gives good times. give us a lot He will always be welcomed at Old Trafford as part of the Manchester United family.”
Now Michael Carrick takes care team for the upcoming game. While the club will appoint an interim manager until the end of the season. Manchester United meet Villarreal in midweek and Chelsea at Stamford Bridge next week. With Carr Rick will lead the team in both games. unless a quick solution is found. Solskjaer was originally hired as interim manager in December 2018. After the club sacked Jose Mourinho following a poor start to the season. They now find themselves in a similar position three years later.